Not only are nav bars becoming increasingly bland, but they're already an ergonomic problem that will be exacerbated with a larger iPhone
What if timelines and identity in social networks become the exception, and ephemera and anonymity become the norm?
On errant frisbees, corporate communication, and mistakes being made
With much ado about the "decline of the mobile web", we've glossed over the most important difference betweens websites and apps: What an awful experience it is to expose URLs to end users
Having "an app for that" often feels more convenient, but is it?
Pretty pixels used to be a signal of an app's quality. Not only is that no longer the case, but there might even be merit to being ugly by design.
The life and death of games and apps greatly resembles the life and death of movies and TV shows, respectively. And at the end of the day, they're all just competing for attention on pieces of glass.
Many have remarked that Facebook Paper is out-of-touch with the experience of the "average Facebook user". I think Paper is actually targeted at the very people who are making those remarks.
Many are finding the Jelly to be a stickier app than expected. I think Jelly's "something" is what it shares with Tinder, Snapchat and others: Most of the app "goes away"