Axure users aiming to create very high fidelity wireframes with very flat design might want to check out the Axure Flat UI Kit. It looks to be a nice kit kit with lots of functional widgets. It isn’t free, but if it is the design aesthetic one is going for, it could save a lot of time.
If you’re planning a hotel stay and WiFi speeds are important to you, a visit to Hotel WiFi Test may be in order before booking a room. The site ranks hotels around the world based on their WiFi speed. The data used to rank the hotels is outsourced. So, if you’re staying in a hotel, you can help make the rankings more accurate.
For my work, I need to understand the Android operating system from more than just a conceptual level–I need to use it. To that end, I picked up a refurbished HTC One (M7) to use as my primary device for a while. It’s been a week now, so I thought I’d record some of my early observations.
The short story is, I don’t hate it. Coming from me, this is a glowing review. As a long time iOS user that was quite happy with the way my phone was working, I expected this to be a bad experience. But, this first week has been quite good. Not quite good enough to convince that I’ll never go back to an iPhone, but I’m certainly edging in that direction.
If you’re interested in the longer story, keep reading for some more detailed notes…
The Eraser is quite brilliant. It’s an interactive art installation that acts as an “analog snapchat”–snapping and printing pictures only to destroy them moments later.
via Wired Design