Carousel: The iPhone App That Never Was

Here's a short story about a short episode of my journey as an indie and part-time iPhone apps developer back in 2009. This is a mockup of the Carousel app. From 2009 to 2013, before becoming a content creator, I spend my spare time creating iPhone apps. There was a short period between the two... Continue Reading →

Diagrams for Mac: A Promising Beginning

Today is the start of something new on the Mac: Diagrams. A simple yet promising diagramming application for macOS. Here is a short peek at this newcomer in a relatively competitive and crowded space. A simple diagram created with... Diagrams 1.0 on macOS. Start small, think big Entirely new and native applications on the Mac... Continue Reading →

The iPhone of the Decade for me

I recently came across this 512pixels.net post about the iPhone of the decade. To my surprise, they selected the iPhone 6, 6 Plus. In summary: in 2016, Apple introduced two important things in the iPhone franchise: bigger screen iPhone and choice in screen size and features. Sure, the iPhone 6 propelled iPhone sales to a... Continue Reading →

https://youtu.be/OCpxBgGMeOg Impressive interior view of Apple's headquarters Take a few minutes to look at this short video of Apple's headquarters. What a magnificent place to go see and probably work. I'm completely amazed by the amount of design that went into this building and installations. I'm in awe of this place. My design awareness is... Continue Reading →

iOS 13 Mail.app Is Not Only Buggy…

Apple’s Mail.app is known to be very buggy in iOS 13 beta cycle. Even at version 13.1 beta 1, things are not looking good yet. But there is another problem that is making this version of Mail.app very frustrating to use. Consider the following two screenshots. On the left, this is what we get while... Continue Reading →

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