...After looking at a bunch of screenshots, Jobs jumped up, grabbed a marker, and drew a simple rectangle on a whiteboard."Here's the new application," he said. "It's got one window. You drag your video into the window. Then you click the button that says 'Burn.' That's it. That's what we're going to make." Evangelist was dumbfounded, but it led to the simplicity of what became iDVD. Jobs even helped design the "Burn" button icon...
Inspired when reading the Steve Jobs biography on my holiday. Written by Walter Isaacson. In case you didn't read it yet. Please make sure you do! It's a must read for every designer or business man out here.
Bob Dylan was his favorite artist and Toy Story his first movie with Pixar that really changed the future of animated films.
over 1 year ago
by Ben Muschol
I decided to rebound a shot I liked as a Saturday project. I made all the icons. Enjoy!
Edit: Just realized "Green Day - Creep" is not a real song. Whoops
Edit 2: Incorporated suggestions by @Iqbal Perkasa and @Stratos Iordanidis. Check the updated attachment.
over 1 year ago
cool. reminds me of the good ol' disco app
@Jonas Rask cool didn't know that app. Looks indeed like the simplicity S. Jobs described it.
Crisp and Clear :-/
Thanks for the tip @Bart Ebbekink , borrowed the book from a friend. Something to read during my holiday :)
by Jasper Willemsen
@Bart Ebbekink did a great job with his take on a more simple burning application. I just wanted to try it in a different style and added some more functionality.
Give me your thoughts!
by Giel Cobben
I can't find a flaw. Maybe the traffic lights but that's on Apple not you :)
5 months ago
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