That’s some serious arm strength and balance!
Wakefield, RI, USA
I think it's almost more of a tool to showcase all of the various things you can do using Google services rather than just searching... IE- start a discussion, get alerts, watch videos, search locations, etc. Still seems like a powerful (and visually appealing) way to do so, without being too annoying or in-your-face.
Yep, sounds like you hit it spot on. Will be interesting to see where they take this, and if they choose to leverage design ideas from this in other areas. Either way, a good step for them in my eyes.
It looks to me like an advertising tool more than anything--"Google has something for everyone."
for you, i hope to see a palette of blues on this site tomorrow, fingers crossed.
Why thank you! I'm not in NYC, though I am experiencing similar endless grey in Buenos Aires.
that's bad luck, huh. over in the UK today we had glorious rain, but the sun was still cutting through, the roads practically lit up!
is there a site dedicated to correlating this data to the average color of cyclists lungs? :( that's it, i'm going to start wearing a scuba respirator around.
As they say "listen, connect, share and engage with each other, while collectively exploring the effects of the emerging real-time internet on business". Overall, your not going to learn about tech specifically, but you can get some pretty good trend clues from the 140 conferences. They're usually short, to the point and inexpensive, and if your in town it's worth a visit.
Great quick mock tool (rapid wireframing), desktop app (adobe air) and works as expected. All the basic UI elements for web app design as well as iPhone design. They have plug-ins for apps like JIRA if you need it, and they have a new web app version called myBalsamiq (in beta).