Android’s emoji are known for being just awfully designed. It’s not just a matter of style—in some cases they’re so different from other platforms that they can lead to some serious misunderstandings. The latest developer build of Android N reveals that Google is finally making its emoji look more human. Which is…
Last week we gazed into the abyss, and the cold, dead eyes of the new International Rescue team from Thunderbirds gazed back. As movies and TV constantly seek to strip-mine your nostalgia for profit, redesigns like this are common. And sometimes, they go very wrong. Here are 11 awful makeovers of our childhood…
Google Images is a great product, but there are a few areas where the user experience and design could be better. So, I spent a few days refining it. Too lazy to read? Jump to the bottom and watch the video for the tl;dr.
Mozilla just released a pretty extensive new Firefox redesign, with cleaned up visuals and some great new features. It looks pretty different from the old Firefox—and rather similar to Google Chrome—with some deep customization options and nice integration between desktop and mobile browsers.
Last year Facebook debuted a nice redesign that featured big, beautiful pictures, seen above. But Facebook never rolled it out. Why? Because most people have crappy old computers.
In its first major redesign since 2000, The New Yorker has revitalized its brand: gently updating its layout, redrawing its 88-year-old typeface, and recruiting a contemporary typeface to solve today's design problems. But don't worry—Eustace Tilly is not about to go all Gap logo on you.
After languishing for years as a neglected acquisition, Flickr has finally been given the jumpstart it so desperately needed and deserved. As of right now, not only to you get a free terabyte of storage and extremely high res photo uploads, you get it in pretty stellar package. Here's what you're dealing with.
Pepsi has redesigned the shape of its 16-ounce and 20-ounce plastic bottles for the first time in 16 years. Move the arrows on the slider above back and forth to see the a before and after comparison.
We've been hearing rumors of a big, game-changing Yahoo redesign since Marissa Mayer came on board as CEO, so hold onto your butts because it's finally here. The new Yahoo has an customizable infinite scroll newsfeed! It has Facebook integration! And more! But is it enough to make you give a hoot about Yahoo again? If…
Woke up to a scary and confusing new Facebook? Us too! We'll have more to say about it shortly, but in the meantime, here's a nice little shorthand chart to guide you through Facebook's latest facelift.
The new design elements YouTube introduced back in January to 10% of their users are about to be the standard across the site. While they've added a few things, it's mostly all about removing clutter.