The Verge has great round-up of yesterday’s Apple event.
Fast Company has put together a fascinating series of posts about the history of Apple Design. The series features interviews of many people who were involved in the design process. The whole series is an absolute Gold-mine.
An Oral History of Apple Design:
Don’t forget to listen to a two-part interview of Max Chafkin, the man behind the “An Oral History of Apple” series and the book “Design Crazy.”
Byliner talks to Max Chafkin, author of the Byliner/Fast Company original eBook Design Crazy: Good Looks, Hot Tempers, and True Genius at Apple.
Apple has been a company that has gone through numerous phases in terms of the colors of their products. Looking back, you can see the ebbs and flows of color in Apple products, from the Mac to the iPod to the iPhone.
Linus Edwards looks back at times when Apple has dabbled with different colours in its products and offers a perspective on what it might mean going forward.
Wonderful slide-show. Power Mac G3 is still a favourite of mine.
The shape itself goes by several different names including the Gorgon loop and Saint John’s Arms has come to symbolize many things over the past 2,600 years or so, but it didn’t become an icon part of computing culture until 1984.
I learnt something new today.