At least this QR code looks fun.
Worst. Level. Ever. Capturing the addictive frustration of Angry Birds while incorporating interactive mobile technology is pretty boss though.Reblogged Via: HELLO YOU CREATIVES
This certainly changes the game a bit. I’m quite impressed with the ui. It has a myriad of features like a smart app sidebar and a web app store similar to Chrome’s. I think I’ll try it out. You can get a review of the new browsing experience from The Next Web. One thing that strikes me curious, I can’t figure out what engine this was built on. Is this webkit? Or something entirely new? I would assume webkit.
Check out the browser’s site here.Source: thenextweb.com
Native application UIs tend to slice up the screen both horizontally and vertically into a nested set of panels, some of which may scroll/resize, others being docked against particular edges of their parent panes. So, what’s the robust way, with HTML/CSS, to set up a nested collection of panes that exactly divide both the width and height of the browser window? works on all browsers back to IE 7Reblogged Via: Front End Development - Greg Babula
Sherwin Williams ColorSnap app for smart phones. Take a picture of anything and find out what color paint it would be. Available here.
This is very innovative. Kind of reminds me of Pantone’s color reader. Now I wish there was an app for that. Wait…is there? I dunno, you guys tell me.Reblogged Via: Source: sherwin-williams.com