1:27 pm - Tue, Jun 21, 2011
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Flip phones were ultra hot at the end of the 90′s and early 2000′s. As long as you weren’t a stuffy “business” person who owned a Blackberry or Palm, you probably had a flip phone. Then, Apple’s iPhone came and changed the world of cell phones completely.

Smart phones took over and the flip phone died.

It’s back. Kind of.

With 3 flexible touchscreens, a triangular design, and custom Android interface, this creative and functional design gives us a glimpse of how smart phones might be flipped themselves.

10:55 am - Mon, May 30, 2011

finally! Japan recreates the sensation of buttons on a touchscreen phone.

10:22 am - Sun, Feb 13, 2011
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Unsere 3 Schritte zur Entwicklung von Bedienkonzepten.

Unsere 3 Schritte zur Entwicklung von Bedienkonzepten.

(Source: twitter.com)

1:10 pm - Tue, Oct 5, 2010
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We believe in well made apps!(snapshot from our developement process)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/appswithlove

We believe in well made apps!
(snapshot from our developement process)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/appswithlove

11:21 am - Mon, Oct 4, 2010
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Stretchable electronic skin – Nokia Research Centre

Dr Stephanie Lacour, University of Cambridge Research Centre, talks about stretchable electronic skin which her team is working on at University of Cambridge in collaboration with Nokia thinking about devices which can have flexible forms.

[via dailymobile.se]

7:03 pm - Mon, Sep 20, 2010
New Apps with love info Graphic "from idea to concept"a reduced info graphic by Till Könneker

New Apps with love info Graphic "from idea to concept"
a reduced info graphic by Till Könneker

5:48 pm - Tue, Sep 14, 2010
iPhone 5 via bizarrocomic

iPhone 5 via bizarrocomic

9:41 am - Sat, Sep 11, 2010

Physical Touchscreen Knobs
this little experiment actually provides a very good insight of what is yet to come
http://bit.ly/9mHiIs

Physical Touchscreen Knobs

this little experiment actually provides a very good insight of what is yet to come

http://bit.ly/9mHiIs

12:05 pm - Wed, Sep 1, 2010
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2:50 pm - Tue, Aug 31, 2010
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juicefoozle:

datavis:

How to develop mobile applications

nice, i haven’t designed this but a friend of mine is running “apps with love” with his team, and who knows, some juicefoozled apps around maybe soon… ;)

juicefoozle:

datavis:

How to develop mobile applications

nice, i haven’t designed this but a friend of mine is running “apps with love” with his team, and who knows, some juicefoozled apps around maybe soon… ;)

11:05 pm - Wed, Aug 25, 2010
Apps with love iPhone 4 BG: “simple dark” 

Apps with love iPhone 4 BG: “simple dark” 

9:25 am
some time ago i made a scetch, i thought about a power mac with a touchscreen and pro software like Adobe InDesign. I wanted to make layouts with my hands on the screen. now i’m glad to see that apple work on this, we don’t need a ipad, pro users need a real work tool with touch technology. We need a MacBook-iPad mix!
The website Patently Apple has uncovered some European patent filings filed in September 2009 and first published in January 2010. The document outlines a system for an iMac touch, a device that acts like a standard desktop computer in one orientation and a tablet in another.

some time ago i made a scetch, i thought about a power mac with a touchscreen and pro software like Adobe InDesign. I wanted to make layouts with my hands on the screen. now i’m glad to see that apple work on this, we don’t need a ipad, pro users need a real work tool with touch technology. We need a MacBook-iPad mix!

The website Patently Apple has uncovered some European patent filings filed in September 2009 and first published in January 2010. The document outlines a system for an iMac touch, a device that acts like a standard desktop computer in one orientation and a tablet in another.

3:35 pm - Sun, Aug 22, 2010

Phone Runs on Coke

why not ditch them and run our cellphones on soda? That’s the thinking behind designer Daizi Zheng’s concept phone for Nokia. Instead of running on traditional batteries, the concept phone uses a bio battery that generates electricity from carbohydrates.

Link

10:22 am - Mon, Aug 16, 2010
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again a great illustration by lunchbreath

again a great illustration by lunchbreath

7:24 pm - Wed, Aug 11, 2010
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