Design Critique: Giphy (iOS App)

Image description: A screenshot of Giphy's desktop browser home screen.

Giphy is a multimedia search engine and content distributor most known for their animated, looping GIFs. Giphy’s many integration platforms include Instagram, Slack, and Twitter, but this critique will focus solely on its mobile app for iOS and the experience it provides for both searching and creating content.

Design Critique – Snapseed(iOS application)

Snapseed is a photo-editing app for android and iOS users. It is a perfect application for every novice and professional photographer/editor as it provides various detailed and powerful tools. Initial screen As the users open the Snapseed, the application always greets them with this screen(figure 1). It starts simple for users, as here they are …

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Design Critique: Things 3 (iOS App)

Things is a personal task manager app developed by Cultured Code. Users are able to use it to manage their tasks and achieve their goals for almost everything in their lives, and they can categorize and track them in many ways. I’ve been using this app for a very long time, and in this post, …

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DESIGN CRITIQUE – RIDEPATH (IOS APPLICATION)

Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is a ‘rapid’ transit system in the Northeastern New Jersey cities of Newark,Harrison,Jersey City,Hoboken,Lower and Midtown Manhattan in New York city. This application provides the user real time countdown information, schedules, trip-planning, train routes and alerts – all in one convenient place. Initial Screen/Page – PathRide’s first encounter with the user …

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