• Apple Change OS Font for First Time in 13 Years
  • Posted 1 month ago by staff · Art & Design · 5817 Views
  • It may be an unnoticeable change for many, but Apple's decision to change their OS font is causing some heated discussions amongst the more ardent fans out there. The change was announced yesterday with the introduction of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, the design of which is more in line with the current iOS 7.

    For thirteen years Apple has used Lucida Grande, but that will be pushed aside this autumn and replaced with Helvetica Neue to bring uniformity across all its devices. Users will be able to see the change when navigating through the "folders, windows and menu bars." According to Apple, the change improves the "functionality and visual" aspects on the platform. How do you feel about this?

    • You've gone too far this time, Apple.
    • PJ Posted 1 month ago · 59 Reply
    • or you could be sensible like Windows, which allows you to choose your own damn font.
    • adamhowardcross Posted 1 month ago · 30
    • It's never a good idea to leave design up the the customer. They mess everything up.
    • PJ Posted 1 month ago · 49 Reply
    • Are people really gonna miss Lucida Grande!? C'mon, son!
    • thomasp Posted 1 month ago · 36 Reply
  • Apple Introduce iOS 8
  • 1 month ago · tech · 0 Comments · 3624 Views
  • As well as announcing its clean new OS X for Mac, Apple has also introduced iOS 8 for its mobile and tablet devices. Seeing as iOS 7 had a massive design overhaul, the new operating system continues with the same aesthetic and instead focusses on improving the technical side of things....
  • Apple Introduce OS X 10.10 Yosemite
  • 1 month ago · tech · 1 Comment · 3939 Views
  • Today, Apple announced the next version of its desktop and laptop operating system OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Taking cues from the current iOS, Yosemite introduces a cleaner design with less skeuomorphism and more flat app icons and translucent panels. New technical features include a...