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These types if Ui designs are commonly created using Adobe Illustrator and then brought into Adobe After Effects for creating the video portion of the elements making them appear "in use". I don't know that they have a particular term or designation in regards to a theme. They are in fact static short film clips and never truly functional UIs. Directors and ...
I cannot speak outside of my own limited experience. I worked at a company that designed some of the GUIs for the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) products. Actually, that's not quite true... we designed mock-ups used by our software. The final product was going to be shipped to the FAA, and their in-house designers were going to customize it from ...
Obviously it all depends on what these business goals are... but, there are a few principles in designing one-page call to action sites that are pretty universal and established through evidence. Since they have a clear goal, these types of sites are comparatively easy to test, particularly, with iterative A/B testing. (half users see one design, half see ...
Editing WPF I personally think one of the best visual software for graphic designers to work with WPF are probably Microsoft Expression Blend, in combination with Microsoft Visual Studio. Blend is a WYSIWYG front-end for designing XAML-based interfaces for WPF and Silverlight applications, and it's good for templates, visual states, and animation. ...
I found Tapworthy by Josh Clark to be really helpful in understanding why most iOS interfaces have similar attributes. It goes into detail about measurements, case studies, studies that Apple performed and other intuitive design properties that Apple recommends in their design document.
DPI is irrelevant. Ignore that. All that matters is pixel dimensions. Make sure you are making them at the dimension they will be used. Ie, if it's going to be 30px x 30px on the iPhone, make your image 30px x 30px. For retina, you'll want to make a second version at 60px x 60px. PNG files are fine. But use whatever makes sense for your particular needs. ...
The best way? A designer told me once: Web-Design is not the same as (iOS) App-Design. You haven't the same size of screen, the same kind of action (touch vs mouse, etc). Just adapting a web-site to an iOS App is not recommended. You have to transform it. Use an iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. You have to get familiar with the OS (I can't find it, but that's a ...
first one seems fiction but something like this is already made by yose here Second one seems real to me, made with rainmeter just grab some skins and make your own. inf0g33k
The best way to do this is to dock the panels to the side of the screen. Drag the panel group title bar towards the right or left edge of the screen. As you approach the edge, slow down and wait for the vertical snap guide (my own term) to appear. Drop the panel gruop. The panel group is now docked, and will resize automatically to fit vertically.
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