For the most part, today’s portable speakers are aping their larger wired predecessors. The aesthetics of a classic amplifier are easily traced in the Jambox, Sonos, or even the Kickstarter success Hidden Radio–the perforations in the gasket, the oft-seen rectangular shape, the dark hues. Read the full article
I’m very excited to announce that the University of the Arts in Philadelphia’s website UArts.edu and Siegel+Gale’s website siegelgale.com have been selected as 2012 Webby Award nominees. Each project is one of only five nominees selected from the tens of thousands that were submitted, making this an incredibly distinct honor for Siegel+Gale. As a Webby… Read more »
OK, I love iTunes but I have to admit I have been waiting for an audio application that would serve up what I want to hear based on my mood. Moodagent is a clever application developed by Syntonetic that lest users define what music you want your iPhone to play based on your mood. Features… Read more »
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Self charging cell phone
This cell phone concept from design student Patrick Hyland uses a Heat-conductive charging system to energize itself. Imagine having a phone that will charge in your pocket or in your hand. No more chargers to deal with, and it would be much more eco-friendly. Lets get this technology to market!
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The iPhone Telephoto Lens
OK, this marries the shutterbug / iPhone nerd in me. At only $35 for the iPhone 3Gs or the iPhone 4 this little set up cost almost as much as some of those designer cell phone cases. Go pick one up at Photojojo. Each lens comes with a case and a mini-tripod. Just make sure… Read more »
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The future of user interfaces
All UI geeks at one point or another have referred back to Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report as a highlight in interface design. Its called spacial operating environment and John Underkoffler points out in this TED video clip that the technology is 15 years old, and the images seen in the movie were actually working prototypes,… Read more »
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Yes, there’s an App for that, but is it right for the brand?
I’ve been diving deeper into mobile design and mobile brand strategy for clients and recently published my first iPhone app. I learned a lot about the mobile industry along the way—the technologies involved, new design standards, and now, mobile marketing. One thing has become very evident—and perhaps it doesn’t take a digital brand specialist to… Read more »
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Hello internet friends, a special announcement from the High Gloss Media development team, our new application is now available for download in the iPhone app store. After months of design and development we are pleased to offer you Zynked, an iPhone app that lets you collect and sync your digital ink from around the web…. Read more »
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This is the perfect nerd gift for the designer in your life. As iPhone apps get more and more popular its a good idea to have the right tool for application design. Go check out the Design Commission website to get yours.
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Augmented Reality Games + Mobile
Yes, it is true I do enjoy games and I do love my iPhone, but what I like even more is seeing the amazing opportunities that will be possible with new mobile devices/software in the future. The most impressive and exciting game ideas are being developed with Augmented Reality, which can be described as a… Read more »