By Nick Salter, Junior Strategist
Our weekly round-up of the things that inspired us, challenged our thinking or left us with a warm, fuzzy feeling.
This is (new) MySpace.
Does MySpace have what it takes to win back its declining market share in the wake of the juggernaut that is Facebook? The new redesign is looking very slick but we can’t help but feel it’s a mash-up of design elements from Windows 8 and Pinterest. Time will tell if the revamp is enough! [Thanks to @Kolby84 for the heads-up.]
Mozilla shares its design philosophy for Firefox OS
Recently at MozCamp in Warsaw, Mozilla’s Patryk Adamczyk gave us a peek into the visual design process of Firefox OS. This thing just keeps looking better and better.
Death and the digital age
How do you want people to remember you in the afterlife?
Adobe announces Edge suite for cross-browser web development
Adobe’s new Edge toolset blurs the distinction between developers and designers by providing an end to end solution for “web designers who code and web developers who value design.”
In our fast-paced, digital lifestyles who has time to stuff a mouthful of popcorn in their face? Thinkmodo solves the question no one asked with this ingenious contraption which analyses the environment around us to deliver the buttery goodness from the comfort of our chairs. [Cheers @DanielleAnna_ for the link!]