Interaction Design, UX and general nerdery – straight from the Rossi's mouth.
This tutorial is level: total dummy. But in case some people are still frustrated at the new iTunes’ UI, I thought I’d share it anyway.
Since I stream most of my music these days, iTunes is something I barely use. Even less since they updated it to version 11, which basically turned a busy and confusing interface into a clean and confusing one.
After many hard drive moves, I needed to do some serious file cleaning, and the “album view” was just not cutting it. So I dug around for a while and realized – the old iTunes is still in there!
Fucking finally! Been using it for the last few days and it looks great (and works like a charm, only crashed once so far).
"Stopped to say great blog."
Thank you :)
"Do you use any type of cloud storage? If so, what kind, and why?"
I use Dropbox for my work, SugarSync for another job and CrashPlan for backup. Why?
When should the site make the call for the user vs. asking? Great points here.
Good job on the whole privacy thing…
Most impressive. This guy (or gal?) teaches you, step by step, how to create an iPhone out of one freaking CSS element.
This site’s the very definition of hot. Minimal, atmospheric, explorational and functional. The UI is invisible but effective. LURV IT.
Excellent UI reference site, full of yummy ideas and lots of freebies.