Protected bike lanes are the latest approach US cities are taking to help their residents get around by bike. But these protected lanes lose their buffer separation at intersections, reducing the comfort and safety for people riding.
While fooling around with the sidebar “mentions” tab I found the subscription button. Click that, hmm, looks like I can add my favorite sites back to a reading list. I think I like this.
Make a change to see if the sidebar updates.
Three principles form a foundation to the graphical user interface: Discoverability, Stability, and Visibility.
The hover effects on Amazon’s big ‘ole “Shop by Department” mega dropdown are super fast. Look’it how quick each submenu fills in as your mouse moves down the list:
The Internet isn’t robust enough for the ongoing explosion of connected devices. Now labs around the country are scrambling for solutions.
Just in case you can’t sleep at night, here’s an article about sound that is bound to make you hear the siren call of some zzzzzs – of course I find it interesting.
Unfortunately, there is no point to distributing music in 24-bit/192kHz format. Its playback fidelity is slightly inferior to 16/44.1 or 16/48, and it takes up 6 times the space.
Your design might be too minimal if:
Youre using minimalism for the wrong reason
If youre sacrificing usability in any way
My kind of designs!
7-inch tablets have either a glorious future or will fail miserably. I doubt there’s a middle path in their future.
So will the Fire sell in the millions? or will it be a fire sale?
Case in point: At some point in the past, perhaps the distant past, Apple added the capability to jump from letter group to letter group by holding down on the letter column, rather than just stabbing at your letter of choice and usually missing. After four years of using iDevices, during the course of writing this column, I accidentally held down for a second on an alpha character, causing the slide bar to appear.
Interface geeks (and non-geeks) should spend some time with Ask Tog.
It turns out that iTunes actually offers two kinds of restores. The first is the one described above, accessed by clicking the Restore button in iTunes Summary view for your iOS device. The other one is less obviousyou access it by right-clicking (Control-clicking) your iOS device in iTunes sidebar and choosing Restore from Backup.
This is HUGE