We’re starting to see more beautifully designed apps based on Android 4.0’s (Ice Cream Sandwich) new design language and interface “Holo”. Now here’s another one.
Legendary typographer/typophile and design Erik Spiekermann describes his woes with Apple’s recent trend—particularly with Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion—towards skeuomorphic UI and digital kitsch. And he’s right. He’s absolutely right.
Ubuntu’s Self-Appointed Benevolent Dictator For Life, Mark Shuttleworth, nails it again.
Why it’s time for Linux to get out of the geek market.
Canonical have been busy at work, it seems…
I’ve touched briefly before on some typefaces that I consider to be particularly good for on-screen reading. But now I wish to delve further into this realm of typography and consider: What makes a typeface good for screens and UI design in particular?
As you may know, I am slightly obsessed with typography. I’m always on the lookout for new typefaces, experimenting with typographical layouts and following the development certain typefaces that catch my eye.