2 posts tagged User Experience
So according to Andreas Goeldi of Pixability the frosting effect in iOS 7’s Control Center is a sign of the lack of innovation from Apple. Just like Windows Vista was a sign of fading innovation from Microsoft. What you do next? You switch to Samsung and Android because this is where you find innovations theses days.
This kind of reasoning is just blatantly stupid. If you do base the choice of your smartphone on what you think is innovation, then you better know what is called real innovation.
Be designing iOS 7’s Control Center, Apple doesn’t try to be innovative. It just try to make iOS 7 more coherent. As a whole, I call this good design or the intention of good design.
I’m afraid of those innovations on the Android camp which tend to clutter the user experience with a feature or two that I’ll use only to impress my friends.
Crow continues trying to support his hypothesis by saying that “replacing Google Maps with an obviously inferior experience shows how much Apple has changed.” He goes on to explain that the ‘Maps debacle’ proves Apple is now “willing to give users a clearly worse experience to further its corporate interests,” in clear contrast to their previous goal of giving users the best possible experience