Attention to Detail: displays popular searches

Because of all the mentions of Alibaba’s upcoming ipo I had a look at their website. I spotted a really nice way to display popular search queries only to visitors who are about to use … Read more →

Cloudwash: The connected washing machine

Great work by @bergcloud. I’m really looking forward to the internet of things and how connectivity will change our live and the experience of activities of daily life.

Attention to Detail: Animated placeholder text on

Today I spotted an interesting UI idea on In order to highlight the search field on the main page and remind the users to use this function, eventim uses an animated placeholder text in … Read more →

Attention to Detail: Google Application Form

I love the fact that Goole wants to know how you want to be called in case this name is different to the legal name. “Attention to Detail”-Series: In this series I want to find … Read more →

Multiscreen usage in Battlefield 4

Good to see Electronic Arts is pushing the use of multiple screens to improve the gaming experience in Battlefield 4. I don’t know wether all this features will be really useful or just kind of … Read more →

Red Bull Studios – Global Identity & Website

A few days ago I stumbled upon the new visual identity and webdesign for Red Bull Studios created by Momkai. The Dutch digital creative agency is responsible for a stunning style guide for print and … Read more →

Google’s Project Glass is becoming real

A year ago Google published a video about Project Glass, futuristic glasses with an integrated display and voice control. Now this vision is becoming a real product and Google will start shipping it. At first … Read more →

Microsoft’s impressive IllumiRoom project

I hardly play video games on consoles. I never owned a game consoles and still prefer my computer for gaming. But I am very impressed by an idea from Microsoft called IllumiRoom. It looks like … Read more →

Why Infinite Scrolling sucks

Infinite Scrolling (or Endless Scrolling) isn’t a new trend anymore, it’s a common interface technique. Since the triumph of AJAX we see several websites loading new content automatically as soon as the user reaches the … Read more →

Youtube’s design is changing again

In June Google started to roll out a new design for their video platform Youtube. I wrote about it here. It is very similar to the latest redesign of Google+. Today I recognised some more … Read more →

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