Versace Teases Custom Sneakers Inspired by 90s Apple Nostalgiahttps://www.idropnews.com/news/versace-teases-custom-sneakers-inspired-by-90s-apple-nostalgia/86387/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=102618&utm_term=NewsletterVersace’s head of sneaker design, Salehe Bembury, teased a possible upcoming shoe design that’s an obvious nod to old-school Apple nostalgia.
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Forget the New iPhones: Apple’s Best Product Is Now Privacyhttps://medium.com/fast-company/forget-the-new-iphones-apples-best-product-is-now-privacy-365e8111e220Under Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple saw just how critical an issue user privacy would become. Now it’s at least as important a feature as shiny industrial design or a nice camera
MacBook Pro 2018 hands-on: Quieter keyboard, ‘Hey Siri’ and True Tonehttps://www.engadget.com/2018/07/13/macbook-pro-2018-hands-on/Apple unveiled some refreshed MacBook Pros this week, and I promised we’d be getting a unit to review ASAP. Sure enough, look what arrived in the mail today: a shiny, new 13-inch Mac. As you can see, the exterior design is the same as the previous-gen MacBook Pro’s, from the unibody aluminum enclosure to that giant Force Touch trackpad.
Google’s AI Manifesto: Accountability, Privacy, and No Killer Robots – ExtremeTechhttps://www.extremetech.com/extreme/270922-googles-ai-manifesto-accountability-privacy-and-no-killer-robots?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleGoogle lists seven core values for its AI research and lists several applications that are off-limits. Google’s general objectives for AI include being socially beneficial, avoiding creating or reinforcing unfair bias, being built and tested for safety, being accountable to people, incorporating privacy design principles, upholding high standards of scientific excellence, and being made available for uses that accord with these principles. It’s up to consumers (and Google employees) to make sure the company adheres to these promises.
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18 Twitter Accounts Every Web Designer Should Follow in 2018 | Webdesigner Depothttps://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2018/05/18-twitter-accounts-every-web-designer-should-follow-in-2018/?ref=donvy.comWhen you think about social media marketing for your web design business, you may be inclined to focus on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Dribbble. After all, visuals play a major part in the conversations that take place there and you are in the business of creating engaging visual content.
3 Essential Design Trends, May 2018 | Webdesigner Depothttps://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2018/05/3-essential-design-trends-may-2018/Attention grabbing designs are a goal for almost any project. But there are some techniques that draw users in faster than others. Those are just the elements that this month’s trends are all about. From funky, tiny navigation, to fun cut out and layers, to fast movement that you can’t look away from, here’s what’s trending in design this month
Things Designers Should Know About SEO In 2018 — Smashing Magazinehttps://www.smashingmagazine.com/2018/05/things-designers-should-know-about-seo-2018/?ref=donvy.comSearch engines have evolved in leaps and bounds these past few years. This year, there are a number of things that need to be kept in mind with regard to SEO. This article aims to provide all the information you need to know.
How to Know When to Stop Designing – UX Power Tools – Mediumhttps://medium.com/ux-power-tools/how-to-know-when-to-stop-designing-a2f921d7f071You know that oft-quoted line from Antoine Saint-Exupery? “Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.”
You Don’t Design for Your Portfolio, You Design for the Clienthttps://medium.muz.li/you-dont-design-for-your-portfolio-you-design-for-the-client-fde1a8d0514d?mc_cid=d5af0c3b92&mc_eid=c6fb01f586Avoid making the mistake of getting angry when the client doesn’t want to go in the direction you want to go for your portfolio.