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Instagram’s logo redesign process detailed by Mackey Saturday

Instagram’s logo redesign process detailed by Mackey Saturday

It's always fun getting a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into the apps and services we use daily, showing us how the professionals behind it work and what they have in mind while working. Back in March, for example, we got a rather detailed look into how the Facebook News Feed redesign was developed. Instagram recently tweaked its design, and now designer Mackey Saturday has given a statement - and a few pictures - of the work process.

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Pinterest design update brings back most beloved days-gone-by features

Pinterest design update brings back most beloved days-gone-by features

All good things come to an end, or so the saying goes. As is the nature of things, product design changes over time see new features added and some old ones eliminated or changed, often without too much hassle or outcry. Occasionally some features prove to have been so beloved by users that they're brought back, however, reintegrated into the newer design to see the light of day again with new abilities its original iteration never had. Such is the case with the latest Pinterest update.

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iOS 7 reportedly has “significant” design changes and is behind schedule

iOS 7 reportedly has “significant” design changes and is behind schedule

Smatterings of iOS 7 have appeared online in the forms of speculation and rumor, with, for example, word surfacing a few days ago that an iOS 7 jailbreak is already in the works. Now a few substantial claims have come from Apple blogger John Gruber of Daring Fireball, who says that iOS 7 has been given such a significant design overhaul that engineers are using polarized display filters in public to keep prying eyes from spotting what Apple has in store.

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Microsoft rolls out completely redesigned Calendar

Microsoft rolls out completely redesigned Calendar

Microsoft has rolled out a redesign for Outlook.com's Calendar, bringing with it new and modified functionality in addition to the visual updates to provide an all-around new, improved experience. The feature is said to be faster than it has ever been, and is currently available to some users, with the rest getting it in the next few days as it is rolled out to users across the globe.

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Google Play Store 4 leak shows alleged new design

Google Play Store 4 leak shows alleged new design

Screenshots have surfaced of what is said to be the next iteration of the Google Play Store, which first appeared over at Droid-Life. The current version Android users are running is 3.10.14 at most, but the version demonstrated in the image after the jump is said to be of 4.0.16. While its not official, there are a few indicators that it could be the real thing.

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YouTube’s One Channel design taken out of beta

YouTube’s One Channel design taken out of beta

YouTube has taken its One Channel design out of beta and made it available for all who want it. The design looks quite different than what users are currently using, and offers many features and improvements that both casual and career YouTubers will appreciate. The features are designed to help users score new subscribers, have snazzy-looking channels across multiple devices, and curate their content.

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Jony Ive Blue Peter video up now: chatting on gold and aluminium

Jony Ive Blue Peter video up now: chatting on gold and aluminium

If you live outside the UK or haven't got access to the Britain-based Blue Peter television program for whatever reason, you'll be glad to see that the full chat they've had this past week with Jony Ive is now available in full. The Blue Peter program hosts a variety of engineers, inventors, and famous people of all kinds and has done so over its record-holding span of years actively broadcast on television. Apple's own Jony Ive's appearance included chats about three different designs created by children who rose to the challenge provided the week before, and showed Ive receiving a special badge in his honor.

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Ender’s Game movie controlled leak brings army logos to life

Ender’s Game movie controlled leak brings army logos to life

This afternoon the folks responsible for promoting the Ender's Game movie at Summit Entertainment have worked out a controlled leak of a collection of graphics that will be used in the film. This leak puts the first real official graphic face to the in-story "army" groups the characters are a part of, with Rat Army, Salamander Army, Dragon Army, and Asp Army coming up fresh and clean! Have a peek at the whole lot!

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Apple’s Jony Ive nabs legendary gold Blue Peter badge

Apple’s Jony Ive nabs legendary gold Blue Peter badge

The CBBC's Blue Peter program is the world's longest running television program made specifically for children, run after 54 years as a magazine / entertainment show for learning and engaging with kids. This show has this week prepared an award for none other than Apple's Sir Johnathan Ive, here sending the designer off with the show's "highest accolade." Though those of you outside the UK may never have heard of this show (thumbs down to you), this award has stricken Ive (born in Chingford, London) as "absolutely incredible."

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