i know adobe is low hanging fruit but this support adviser really beats the other ‘interface design’ they do by a long shot. very mac os-like. yup.
skyeater lets you compose the song of the demise of taste and all that is good about the mac platform in a classy and eye-ravaging way.
the evil doctor cackled as the thunder struck his lightning rod, giving life and sentience to his unholy creation, spliced together from iphone, ipad and mac ui.
'KILL ME MASTER, IT HURTS TO LIVE' it shouted in a horrifyingly tormented voice as lightning cracked on the background. the laugh cackling on, he could only look as his master curled his malevolent moustache and said 'no, german grammar, i have a plan for you'.
in the category of ‘these guys should really fucking know better than this’, ikana is a really decent (and i mean really decent — jeez have you heard me praise something before? okay) ios app for learning hiragana and katakana, but for some reason they think its okay to toss iphone ui straight into os x.
for shame, thinkmac. for shame.
wishlist buttons get first-class tickets these days with extra legroom, giving them an entire toolbar to sort of hang around in.
remember that scene from the pixar short called lifted where this young alien has a panel about 20 foot wide full of buttons that he has to use to lift some poor sap out his house?
that was a joke. unfortunately, this app isnt. AND WHAT IS UP WITH THESE PEOPLE AND LILAC, SERIOUSLY.
its a toolbar with a line break
thats not how toolbars work.
no im not getting into those lilac colored cells
the developer of oplayer likes long walks on the beach, lengthy novels and inexplicably extremely elongated media playback controllers