But just how different is iOS 7 compared to the software we’re running now? Take a look for yourself in this side-by-side gallery.
via 1 | See Apple’s Remarkable Evolution From iOS 6 To iOS 7 | Co.Design: business + innovation + design.
Frankly, the reductionist view of design began with the dramatic Jobs vs. Ive framing and narrative around the Attack on Skeulandia: Steve Jobs, the liberal arts-y humanist, supposedly wanted the faux leather, felt, and wood-textured treatments of real-world objects applied to virtual ones. Jony Ive, the art-school modernist, supposedly didn’t want any of it.
via How Jony Ive’s Apple iOS 7 Hinders the Future of Design | Wired Opinion | Wired.com.
Apple – iOS 7. Apple’s iOS video
#126: Using Modernizr | CSS-Tricks.
Should Modernizr be part of every modern web project? Not necessarily. In this screencast I talk about how you need Modernizr when you plan to do something specifically different depending on its browser support determination.
Load scripts to support a feature when the browser lacks native support? Perfect.
Test if browser supports gradients before applying them? Probably not needed unless you need to do something very specifically different than your standard flat color fallback.
We look at an example where a
box-shadow is important enough to our design that we need to test for it and do something different if we determine lack of support. Testing for SVG support and dealing with fallbacks is also a good use case. We also look at a simple scenario where a geolocation test probably wouldn’t do us much good.
jGesturesA jQuery plugin that enables you to add gesture events such as pinch, rotate, swipe, tap and orientationchange just like native jQuery events. Includes event substitution: a “tapone” event can be triggered by “clicking”, a “swipe” by performing a swipe-ish mousegesture.
via jGestures: a jQuery plugin for gesture events – Home.