Bus O’Clock for Apple Watch / Sennep, 2015
As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, Apple have now released WatchKit so that developers can begin building apps for the Apple Watch, due to be released next spring. Here at Sennep we’ve already begun work on adapting our popular iOS app Bus O’Clock for the wrist, and so far it’s proving an interesting challenge! It’s the first time I’ve ever had to design something for such a ridiculously small area – it really forces you consider what information is crucial to the user, and when they should see it. In some ways it’s enjoyable being so ruthless. Hopefully the app should be fun to use and really useful… we’re looking forward to seeing it take shape next year!
Check out the teaser video now
If the Moon were 1 pixel / Josh Worth, 2014
A really nicely done, pixel-perfect representation of our Solar System by Josh Worth. Amazing stuff.
Reporter / Feltron, 2014
Reporter is a beautiful new iOS app by the mighty Feltron, master of the annual report, designed to help you track various aspects of your life. Really nice flat UI and super quick & easy to use.
US road signage rethink / Manual, 2012
Great project by San Francisco-based Manual – rethinking the US road signage system. I love it when designers approach such enormous and seemingly impossible tasks. I’d be interested to see if implementing this could ever be achieved. That’s a whole lot of signs to re-make.
Student work (various) / UW Design, 2012
A really impressive range of student work, and a pretty cool portfolio site to show it off, can be found over at the University of Washington, Seattle. Nice stuff.
Feltron 2010 Annual Report / Nicholas Felton, 2011
Got my copy of this year’s Feltron report in the post recently, and it’s an absolute beauty. Chronicling the life of his father, Nicholas Felton has once again demonstrated he’s a true master of precise, beautiful, and humourous information design.
Look at it here. Sadly sold out.
Photo from this guy’s Flickr.
Inception / Rick Slusher, 2010
This is a really fine example of clear, concise, instantly-understandable infomation graphics. By Rick Slusher of New York, winner of a competition by Co Design.