Wednesday, January 16, 2013

MacStories Interviews: John Siracusa

John Siracusa:

The look of an app is important, and there I think Ive can help by bringing his much more subdued sense of style to Apple’s apps. But the design problems are much deeper than an ugly texture here or an awkward control there. Contacts isn’t bad because fake book apps are ugly. It’s bad because using it to do the things you do with contacts is a pain. Some of that pain is caused by slavish devotion to the book metaphor, but some is carried over from the old non-skeuomorphic version.

He also doesn’t want the Finder to be overhauled because he fears it would only get worse.

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"He also doesn’t want the Finder to be overhauled because he fears it would only get worse."

Isn't this true for pretty much all OS X supplied apps and services at this point?

@Chucky Hmm, no. For Xcode, you do not fear it would get worse. For Xcode, you know it will get worse.

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