All of us at Bohemian Coding have been working hard towards this day for a long time, and it has finally arrived. We can say the words we’ve been longing to say – Sketch 3.0 is now available!
Sketch 3 is a major update, and we think you’ll love it. We’ve been listening to all of your…
My philosophy has not really changed — I really try to develop symbols that are meaningful and memorable. I started designing monochrome icons using a 32 x 32 pixel icon editor that Andy Hertzfeld created. Subsequently I’ve been able to take advantage of more robust tools and higher screen resolution, and also design vector images in Illustrator. But design problems are solved by thinking about context and metaphor — not by tools.
— Susan Kare The Woman Behind Apple’s First Icons
this is incredibly frustrating
These are not “bad” designs.
Being an expert isn’t telling other people what you know. It’s understanding what questions to ask, and flexibly applying your knowledge to the specific situation at hand. Being an expert means providing sensible, highly contextual direction.
It is time to for the designers and engineers of this coming automated world and take heed from the lessons learned over the years in the field of Human-Systems Integration, in studies of automation. Lots of excellent scientists working in the research labs of automobile companies know all this. Product people are notorious about ignoring the wisdom of research groups in their same company. We now have very smart devices, stupidly done. I fear the consequences will be a lot worse than waking people up at 4:30 in the morning. Pay attention, engineers: pay attention, designers. Pay attention or people will be killed.
Damn. that is some door.
ハイライト問題を解決する方法は、基本的にひとつしかない。それは、「通常状態に対して、ハイライト状態では、印をひとつ追加する」だ。 OK 3 - この例では、右がハイライトであることが分かる。通常状態（左）に対して、「枠線」という印を追加している。 つまり変化ではなく追加にする。「A / A’」という概念を見た目に反映させる。
"It’s sort of like sediment of rocks. You’re building up a mountain and you get to contribute your little layer of sedimentary rock to make the mountain that much higher. But no one on the surface, unless they have X-ray vision, will see your sediment. They’ll stand on it. It’ll be appreciated by that rare geologist."