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diogoredindev
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Real great review of the iOS 7: http://mattgemmell.com/2013/06/12/ios-7/

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VF
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Real great review of the iOS 7: http://mattgemmell.com/2013/06/12/ios-7/

Yeah, honestly explained and the flaws are major with home screen and icons. Remaining screens are mostly fine or just need to have more common rules of navigation. See how the mild shadow recovers it a lot for eyes (compare messages icon). This pin points it is unnecessary to have a strict policy of “no effects”.

Skeuomorphism can be made zero only when a machine uses iPhone or human children takes birth with iOS7 installed!

In real life, we see shadows for even a thin-flat paper (compare messages icon again). We are familiar with light and shadow to distinguish objects and our eye requires proper background to see objects without strain. A “retina” display can apply same theory atleast to save our eyes! :D

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Real great review of the iOS 7: http://mattgemmell.com/2013/06/12/ios-7/

Yeah, honestly explained and the flaws are major with home screen and icons. Remaining screens are mostly fine or just need to have more common rules of navigation. See how the mild shadow recovers it a lot for eyes (compare messages icon). This pin points it is unnecessary to have a strict policy of “no effects”.

Skeuomorphism can be made zero only when a machine uses iPhone or human children takes birth with iOS7 installed!

In real life, we see shadows for even a thin-flat paper (compare messages icon again). We are familiar with light and shadow to distinguish objects and our eye requires proper background to see objects without strain. A “retina” display can apply same theory atleast to save our eyes! :D

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Skeuomorphism, I believe, is fundamentally better. I wrote a short post some days back on Skeuomorphism vs Flat

http://ncrafts.net/blog/2013/06/why-flat-design-doesnt-work-while-skeuomorphism-does/
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Mac Pro :D

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This is horrible, it looks like some toy’s interface.

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I always wondered if kids are really interested in contrast colors or we are just forcing them through toys like how Apple does to adults! ;)

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I always wondered if kids are really interested in contrast colors or we are just forcing them through toys like how Apple does to adults! ;)

Haha. That gave me a good laugh.

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Pricop
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\\ I always wondered if kids are really interested in contrast colors or we are just forcing them through toys like how Apple does to adults! ;)

While this sounds fun, I remember back when I was a kid that I loved vibrant colors (they stimulated my brain), not necessarily on toys (there wasn’t too many back in the days anyway), but there is a certain place where you can’t just throw in neon colors and expect people to like them. To be honest I don’t like their approach at all, my eyes are bleeding all the time when I look at those horrible screen-shots that include those images made by the Apple’s marketing and communication team, hilarious.

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WPHead
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Anyone else here using iOS 7 notice Apple got rid of the ability to rate songs… :mad:

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