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Re: Behind the WWDC Glitter
Posted by: Chris Maxcer 2013-06-14 05:38:08
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Going into WWDC I think Apple enthusiasts were so pent up for some Apple awesomeness -- myself included -- that we let the soft and low-voiced cooing of design knight Jony Ive lull us into a receptive state more akin to the wooing of a potential partner than a critical study of design principles. It's not like we had beer goggles on going into the iOS 7 portion of the WWDC keynote, but I have to say. . . on the next day, iOS 7 isn't something I'm going to want to touch every night before I fall asleep.

Re: Behind the WWDC Glitter
Posted by: roedael 2013-06-14 06:04:47 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
Gad Sir, you've nailed it once again, no need to add to but only to second your comments on what appears as an unfortunate choice of "Baby-linen” style primary pastel shades. Surely there is still a colour expert at Infinite Loop. A look at the Red-Green-Blue spectrum chart shows us that at certain frequency points, two and even three hues can co-exist. This I would argue is why the adoption, as a design precept, of more subtle mixes corresponding the eye's and brain's perception of nature, would be more satisfying throughout the interface.
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