We all love our inventions and like to keep them as pure as possible. After all simplicity in a product takes you a long way. sprinkling a perfect inventions with useless features destroys the one thing you didn’t say no to.
Only Apple would do something like this. Content and originality is King! no matter what you know or think, this is EPIC!
After using Adobe’s Fireworks (Initially Macromedia Fireworks) for over 15 years to design websites, mobile apps, logos, envelopes, and everything under the sun. I’ve decided to switch over the Sketch 3 (I know it seems like I waited on Sketch 2, it’s cause I didn’t know Sketch existed.)
Used Adobe Fireworks entirely to design some remarkable apps for both iPhone and iPads (including retina) and faced at least 10 crashes a day (mainly because Fireworks is still a 32-bit application running on top of Java 6); and Adobe decided to kill all efforts to update it like they’ve continued to advance the versions of Photoshop and Illustrator (both good tools as you’ll read in the article below)
Meng To does an excellent job in comparing the applications available in the market.
A comparison between Adobe Fireworks, Sketch and Photoshop, and why Sketch is the perfect tool for user interface design.
Source: Sketch VS Fireworks
Excellent article over at Medium by Justin Barber
Talks about our obsession, nay addiction with technology and the millions of screens available at our disposal, and what they all mean.
It starts by realizing our problem with technology isn’t between us and our devices, it’s between you and me: we’re not addicted to our phones, we’re addicted to people.
The french have done it again, we’ve got a lot of awesome things from the French, fries, lady liberty and well that’s all I know so far, but read on and you can find out the secret to happiness!