iOS7, Flat UI, and A Bunch of User Experience Abominations – Part 3

On September 25, 2013, in Technology, by july

In 1997, Steve Jobs returned to Apple, rallying the company back to health from the quicksand that it has found itself in since his departure.  One of the most powerful ad campaign they did is to define themselves.  In an era dominated by Microsoft, Apple has to find its way to reemerge not just as […]

 

iOS7, Flat UI, and A Bunch of User Experience Abominations – Part 2

On September 23, 2013, in Technology, by july

Yesterday, I shared the first of many posts why I thought iOS7 in general is pretty bad.  Yet today, I was greeted with an amazing update to the unlock screen: Notice that in iOS6 and below, unlocking the phone requires one to swipe from the bottom third of the screen.  Now, I can swipe from […]

 

iOS7, Flat UI, and A Bunch of User Experience Abominations – Part 1

On September 22, 2013, in Technology, by july

Most people don’t really care about UI designs and User Experience.  But as a front end developer, I do.  We, the software engineers, are here to make your lives easier, faster, and more productive… and if we come up with apps that are unintuitive, unresponsive, or even buggy, it means we’re not doing our jobs. […]

 

Why Atheism Will Die and What Atheists Can Do About It

On September 8, 2013, in Insights, Personal, by july

Atheism over the last century and this have seen a steady rise, both in numbers and influence.  The likes of Voltaire, Nietzsche, and Marx rallied the world in a godless society on the one hand and on the other hand, the vile influence of religious extremism (Or perhaps to make a more politically incorrect statement, […]

 

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