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Skeuomorphism

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A 101 to skeuomorphism.

A 101 to skeuomorphism.


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  • iOS 6 finally brings a clock application to the iPad, but Apple apparently copied the design from an iconic station clock belonging to the Swiss Federal Railway. If you compare an image of the Swiss clock with an image of the new Clock app in iOS 6, there’s no denying the resemblance.Swiss newspaper Blick reports that the iconic clock was originally designed by Hans Hilfiker in 1944. The railway owns both the trademark and copyright for the design, which it licenses to fancy watchmakers.According to the report, the railway is demanding financial compensation from Apple for using the clock’s design without permission. Considering how many devices already use iOS 6, that could mean big trouble for Apple. Fair is fair! Apple just won a billion dollars from Samsung for exactly this kind of copying. Let’s see how Apple likes being on the other end of the stick. [Blick via MacRumors]
  • We don’t need translation of the digital medium in mechanical real-life terms. It’s an old-fashioned paradigm."
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    • 1. design productdesign ornamental
    • 2. Permeatedthroughout UI in OS and software
    • 3. SCHOOLS OFTHOUGHT
    • 4. Steve Jobs Sir Jony Ive
    • 5. “It must surely be a sign of the impending apocalypse that Microsoft’s operating systems have more taste than Apple’s.”– Mike Elgan, Cult Of Mac
    • 6. Easier for those familiar with theoriginal device to use the digitalemulationHas anyone EVER used an Appleinstruction manual?Graphically appealing
    • 7. “Visual masturbation”Takes up more screen spaceVisual metaphors no longer translateto modern usersCulture has changed
    • 8. Thanks

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