by Stephen Schenck | March 28, 2016 5:58 PM
Users of mobile devices have developed some pretty strong expectations for how they consume content: when you see an article, listicle, on some kind of editorial post shared by one of your friends on social media, you want to be able to tap on that content (usually in the form of a summary) and see the full thing. And while users want this interaction to be as streamlined and effortless as possible, the companies acting as guardians for some of that content aren't crazy about the idea of giving it away for free. Enter: the dreaded paywall. Sites have been experimenting with just how far ...
by Adrian Diaconescu | October 15, 2015 6:36 AM
Is traditional print media dead? Probably not, but it’s slowly dying, as more and more people migrate from classic newspapers to online information consumption. The 24-hour news cycle can of course be put to better value on your computer, smartphone or tablet, not to mention the superior convenience of being able to easily search for background on stories, as well as different angles and interpretations. Bottom line, it’s adapt to the Digital Age or watch how fewer and fewer publication subscribers put on their robes and slippers in the morning, and go out to fetch the material ...
by Adam Z. Lein | June 17, 2012 9:11 PM
A while back, Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak said about Windows Phone that "I’m kinda shocked how every screen is much more beautiful." So we thought it would be fun to look at a few popular iOS apps and how their Windows Phone counterparts compare in the looks department. The difference in which is more beautiful has a lot to do with the design philosophies of each platform and most of the apps tend to conform to those policies. Apple's iOS app language generally keeps all the app content on one screen with square buttons along the bottom to navigate between sections while kinetic ...
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