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1986 iOS

Even Better Than iPhone 5: An iPhone With The 1986 Mac OS

Here's a novel iPhone case. Having it dangling around your neck would make you a bit of a target for thieves, though.

The Gizmon iCA iPhone Case has the feel of a vintage camera, but it& actually hiding (and protecting) your iPhone.

Coque iPhone 4 aux couleurs de la Gameboy

Coque iPhone 4 aux couleurs de la Gameboy

The idea behind the design is that the portion of the stick where you expect the storage to be is actually hollow. Its like a visual mind trick, youre left wondering where the heck all the files, videos, pictures, documents, adult material, etc. you store on USB sticks went.

How Much Would You Pay for this Asspensive Artsy Fartsy Hollow Looking USB Drive?

Industrial designers Yookyung Shin & Hanhsi Chen launched their first usb stick collection called Empty Memory for London based Design Studio Logical Art.



Back to the future!!

Who didn't want a Hoverboard? Why haven't they invented these motherfuckers yet?

#INFOgraphic > Brand Logo Evolution: Logos communicate a brands or corporations identity and should reflect their evolution over time. See some striking examples of either smooth or sharp logo transitions for some of the most popular brands worldwide including Pepsi, Shell, Mercedes, Apple, Microsoft and Kodak.   > http://infographicsmania.com/brand-logo-evolution/

Brand Logo Evolution - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA

How Corporate Logos Evolve infographic. This shows how recognizable logos have evolved over time. Logos like Shell and BMW have remained pretty much the same. Brands like Xerox, Pepsi, and IBM have modernized their corporate logos.

Sketch iPhone or Website Mockups with UI Stencils Kits (your choice) - only $25! - MightyDeals

Sketch iPhone or Website Mockups with UI Stencils Kits - this would be an awesome thing to have

Studio Family

studio family rebrands the holy bible with a design-friendly iPhone app

Wthr is a minimal iPhone app built on Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of design.

This has to be one of the most beautiful apps we have seen, the WTHR is a simple, minimal and beautiful weather app. The app was designed by David Elgena, he based is design on the 10 Principles of Good Design by Dieter Rams (Braun product designer