Dave and I wrapped up some discussions on WWDC and talked about our overall thoughts on the conference, including some of our favorite features.
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Her name is Yoyoka Soma and she’s 8 years old. Oh, and she rocks. As you’ll see. Great song choice, no easy drum pattern.
For those who aren’t familiar with the origins of this song, no spoilers. I love this aching performance, especially as the band joins in and her voice really goes to town.
But I also love the video itself, minimalist and well filmed, showing off the bands playing in closeup, as well as revealing all the gear they use to perform.
Yesterday we shared Apple’s gorgeous new iOS 12 preview page.
Today we’re posting a few Mojave specific posts, so seems right to start off with Apple’s official Mojave preview page.
I wonder if the two pages were built by two different teams. As you scroll through both pages, do you notice a difference between them? Here’s why I ask.
To me, the main difference is animation. As you make your way through the iOS 12 preview page, the images all come alive (they are short videos). Though there is some animation on the Mojave page, it’s doesn’t have the same liveliness. To see this for yourself, scroll down to the FaceTime section of each page.
Another difference? The iOS 12 images are all on a white background, the Mojave images are on a dark background (no doubt to showcase dark mode).
No complaints here. Both are graphically stunning. But I do think the iOS 12 page is more effective, does a better job of drawing you in. Just my 2 cents.