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Eyetracking And The Neuroscience Of Good Web Design

Eyetracking And The Neuroscience Of Good Web Design | Design | Scoop.it
Companies like Google eBay and Barnes amp Noble are all integrating neuroscience discoveries into their web design. Here's how.

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Send Unlimited Files of Any Size To Anyone Instantly with Minbox (Mac)

"Send files faster than Dropbox."


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Robin Good's curator insight, May 2, 2013 1:30 PM



To send large files, of any size and quantity to someone else, while having to wait to least time possible, Minbox offers a bullet-speed solution that's as fast and easy to use as it can get.


Minbox is a menu bar application (for Mac only - for now), which allows you to drag and drop as many files as you want, of any size - and to specify email addresses you want them to be delivered to. Click Send and it's done.


Minbox does not keep you waiting to upload your files and italso allows you to schedule delivery at a later time.



Free to use.


*(Pro version also available with extra security, privacy, infinite permanent storage for your files, and more.)


Download it now here: http://beta.minbox.com/Minbox.zip


More info: http://beta.minbox.com/


Presskit: http://minbox.pressdoc.com/




Georgia Gibbs Design's comment, May 3, 2013 11:10 AM
All this goodness and a great video short. Thank you!
Robin Good's comment, May 5, 2013 2:55 PM
You're very welcome Georgia.
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Apple iPhone 5s camera shines for National Geographic photographer

Apple iPhone 5s camera shines for National Geographic photographer | Design | Scoop.it

Longtime National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson left his DSLR behind on a hiking trip through Scotland in favor of an iPhone 5s, and concluded that Apple's latest flagship handset includes "a very capable camera."


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robyns tut's curator insight, October 14, 2013 5:24 PM

It is great to see how technology is moving forward, in that we don't need to carry around bulky DSLR cameras. It is amazing how fast the camera phone has grown over time, first they didn't even have flashes  and now they are just as good as DSLR cameras. - Sara

 

robyns tut's comment, October 16, 2013 5:15 AM
lugging around a large expensive camera can be both a pain and a burden it is good to know that phone cameras are improving all the time to release these heavy loads and burdens - shannon wilson
harish magan's comment, October 16, 2013 8:54 AM
Now every body is using mobile which has in built best camera options for the use of general public. . only Professional People require these days new inventions and breakthrough in technology.
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P2P File-Sharing With No Filesize Limits with Paddle Over

P2P File-Sharing With No Filesize Limits with Paddle Over | Design | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, August 25, 2013 5:15 AM



PaddleOver is a free P2P, Bittorrent-based browser plugin which allows you to share, send and receive any kind of file of whatever size to anyone you want without having to first upload your file to a dedicated service and then waiting for the other party to download your file.


With PaddleOver you can share and invite one or multiple parties to your files in no time at all. Post to Facebook, Twitter or invite via email without limits to number of files shared, invitees, or file size.


Works on PC, Mac, Linux.


Free to use.


Try it out now: http://paddleover.com/ 





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Amazon set to launch HTC-built smartphone

Amazon set to launch HTC-built smartphone | Design | Scoop.it

Taiwanese smartphone maker might face expulsion from Android handset alliance if it has worked with online retailer Amazon on a ‘range’ of smartphones.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, October 19, 2013 8:36 AM

Rumours about Amazon's smartphone are growing strong. It appears that the phones may be specifically for Amazon Prime subscribers.

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Why The Next Big Thing In Computing Is Conversation

Why The Next Big Thing In Computing Is Conversation | Design | Scoop.it
For 30 years the dominant metaphor in computing has been the desktop: files folders and documents. But with apps like Apples Siri and Google Now...

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A Cool Trend in Web Design – The Parallax Effect

A Cool Trend in Web Design – The Parallax Effect | Design | Scoop.it
Although the use of parallax in web design is relatively new, astronomers and ocean navigators have been using the equation which defines the effect in mathematical terms to calculate distances and directions for centuries.

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14 cool hexagon web design

14 cool hexagon web design | Design | Scoop.it
I am showcasing 14 hexagon web designs as they have become more commonly seen. I am not sure what is the trigger for such a trend but it is definitely more widely used relative to last year.  The

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Brice Gilbert's curator insight, October 23, 2013 6:06 AM

Good ideas from hexagon there  ! Remind me a projet from last summer.

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GoPro announces new Hero3+ cameras and GoPro iOS app update

GoPro announces new Hero3+ cameras and GoPro iOS app update | Design | Scoop.it

GoPro on Tuesday announced the availability of its new Hero3+ line of cameras with lighter design, new video functions, better optics and longer battery life, as well as an update to the company's iOS app that allows for remote viewing and control.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, October 2, 2013 4:09 AM

Smaller, lighter and more powerfull the new Hero3+ is more versatile than ever.

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Samsung Galaxy Round officially announced: curved 5.7-inch OLED 1080p display, 3GB of RAM

Samsung Galaxy Round officially announced: curved 5.7-inch OLED 1080p display, 3GB of RAM | Design | Scoop.it

Announced earlier this week, the Samsung Galaxy Round isn't your typical Samsung device. While it clearly resembles the other Galaxy-branded handsets, this Android smartphone is the first to sport a horizontally curved display. According to Samsung, the Round uses a flexible full-HD Super AMOLED display which doesn't actually bend, but is instead locked into a gentle curve that is likely to fit more comfortably in your palm.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, October 13, 2013 7:38 AM

Samsung unveils what is widely considered as the world's first curved display smartphone.

robyns tut's curator insight, October 15, 2013 7:52 AM

Personally, I don't see the appeal in a curved phone, but the modifications to both internal and external harware could be rather interesting compared to the streamlined structure of a conventional cell phone. 

Nandi

poojarajput's curator insight, October 17, 2013 6:20 AM

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Best Buy to sell Metawatch iPhone-compatible smart watches nov. 3

Best Buy to sell Metawatch iPhone-compatible smart watches nov. 3 | Design | Scoop.it

Best Buy is stepping up its presence in the emerging smart watch market, as it was announced this week that the retailer will begin carrying MetaWatch wrist-worn accessories, in addition to products from Pebble, Samsung, Nike, Fitbit and a growing number of others.


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robyns tut's curator insight, October 22, 2013 8:45 AM

So interesting how even watches are now being equiped with smartphone technology. Its also quite interesting to see what major companies have invested in a slimilar concept. Soon a watch won't simply be a watch anymore.

Nandi

Raven Lunderman's comment, October 23, 2013 12:03 PM
Why would a watch even be used for something that a phone can do? Watches already have enough additions to them besides telling time now, it seems pointless.
robyns tut's curator insight, November 25, 2013 10:12 AM

Although this is an amazing idea and i doubt I would refuse one if able to get one, it makes me wonder how much more attached to and dependent upon technology and instantaneous access to information while often missing what is happening in the place we are in and the people we are with - Justine Pearce

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All of the ways Apple's new free Mac OS hurts Microsoft Windows

All of the ways Apple's new free Mac OS hurts Microsoft Windows | Design | Scoop.it

Apple announced today that Mavericks its latest version of Mac OS X will be free for all Mac users to download. Windows 8.1 is still $119.99.

Apple products are usually seen as expensive if not out of reach for average consumers; rarely are they associated with being free. But today the company took a big step toward changing that perception at a splashy event in Cupertino.


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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, October 23, 2013 7:42 AM

OS X Maverick launches for free, along with iLife and iWork app updates or even for free if you buy a Mac or an iOS device. So from now on the Mac platform and it's productivity suite are more affordable than ever. Time to switch?!?