You know, while I was going through the blog, I remember this funniest trend. First, they will ask to create fancy spider charts to represent a data, to make the design minimalistic and then they would ask for the original data during presentations because spider charts are too complicated to decode. I just don’t get it sometimes. Thankfully, someone…
Yes I knew it last days… On the other hand, it’s not a secret that for about 2 years, Russians have been paying their bills, and this sooner or later would have led to inconsistencies both at the branding level and at the operational level, also.
> Imagine a phone that has no visible holes, no USB-C ports, no stereo minijack, no buttons, no SIM tray, no speaker grilles. A phone that feels like a solid slab of glass that magically lights up.
That’s a shit phone, bro.
Like the Mac shitputers .
Like the endlessly increasing screen and phone size.
Imagine standing on a subway, wanna change your music track — tough break, you gotta step away from your phone and flail like a retard for the “gestures” to work.
Another shit idea.
Do real users really a seamless smooth phone body at the expense of small tactile buttons? Those tiny affordances are not a legacy to be removed for the sake of aesthetics. Now that earbuds have gone wireless more people than ever use the body to raise or lower the volume — often from within a pocket. Hiding buttons, removing ports, buttons, sockets…
Vista was released two years late with only one of three milestones met. It was no accelerated for any reason.
OSX had the same three milestones and released on time with all of them.