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jonyiveredesignsthings:

Jony Ive redesigns Final Cut Pro.
Credit @akashivskyy

jonyiveredesignsthings:

Jony Ive redesigns Final Cut Pro.

Credit @akashivskyy

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger Experience (Pt. 2)
Another thing is missing in current version of Windows Phone is the possibility to have Facebook Group chat integrated in Messages hub. 
The integration - really simple, as in Facebook Messenger - should allow to send group messages, both if you or your contacts are online or not, to invite people at the conversation or to leave it. Another interesting option could be to disable notifications (sound and toast) for a single thread. 

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger Experience (Pt. 2)

Another thing is missing in current version of Windows Phone is the possibility to have Facebook Group chat integrated in Messages hub. 

The integration - really simple, as in Facebook Messenger - should allow to send group messages, both if you or your contacts are online or not, to invite people at the conversation or to leave it. Another interesting option could be to disable notifications (sound and toast) for a single thread. 

(Source: ffrankier)

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger experience (Pt. 1)
Facebook chat is well integrated in WP7, but the capability to send/receive messages when you - or your contacts - are not online is missing. 
The Facebook Messenger integration in WP7 should be simple, as in this concept. Both if your contacts are online or offline, you can Facebook Message them, and receive the replies in the same thread. 

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger experience (Pt. 1)

Facebook chat is well integrated in WP7, but the capability to send/receive messages when you - or your contacts - are not online is missing. 

The Facebook Messenger integration in WP7 should be simple, as in this concept. Both if your contacts are online or offline, you can Facebook Message them, and receive the replies in the same thread. 

(Source: ffrankier)

concept of a new notification center for Windows Phone 7
comments and suggestions: @FFrankie_r

concept of a new notification center for Windows Phone 7

comments and suggestions: @FFrankie_r

Jay Walker’s library
:O

Jay Walker’s library

:O

“This is ridiculous…you beat Launch octopus with Rolling Shield not Chameleon Sting!”

This is ridiculous…you beat Launch octopus with Rolling Shield not Chameleon Sting!”

johnleedraws:

I got to do another illustration for This Land Press. This minute fiction piece was written by Rebecca Makkai and involved several college students raiding a peer’s dorm room during holiday and rifling through all of his stuff. As a result of their invasion, they slowly begin to piece together who this guy is, where he’s from, and what’s important to him.

While the piece has an Oklahoman slant to it (the victim is from Oklahoma), I wanted to suggest that we all carry our homes with us wherever we go, through our stuff, personalities, and affectations.

w

Apple redesign the Samsung Galaxy Tab

(Source: theverge.com)

jonyiveredesignsthings:

Jony Ive redesigns Final Cut Pro.
Credit @akashivskyy

jonyiveredesignsthings:

Jony Ive redesigns Final Cut Pro.

Credit @akashivskyy

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger Experience (Pt. 2)
Another thing is missing in current version of Windows Phone is the possibility to have Facebook Group chat integrated in Messages hub. 
The integration - really simple, as in Facebook Messenger - should allow to send group messages, both if you or your contacts are online or not, to invite people at the conversation or to leave it. Another interesting option could be to disable notifications (sound and toast) for a single thread. 

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger Experience (Pt. 2)

Another thing is missing in current version of Windows Phone is the possibility to have Facebook Group chat integrated in Messages hub. 

The integration - really simple, as in Facebook Messenger - should allow to send group messages, both if you or your contacts are online or not, to invite people at the conversation or to leave it. Another interesting option could be to disable notifications (sound and toast) for a single thread. 

(Source: ffrankier)

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger experience (Pt. 1)
Facebook chat is well integrated in WP7, but the capability to send/receive messages when you - or your contacts - are not online is missing. 
The Facebook Messenger integration in WP7 should be simple, as in this concept. Both if your contacts are online or offline, you can Facebook Message them, and receive the replies in the same thread. 

wpimproved:

Integrated Facebook Messenger experience (Pt. 1)

Facebook chat is well integrated in WP7, but the capability to send/receive messages when you - or your contacts - are not online is missing. 

The Facebook Messenger integration in WP7 should be simple, as in this concept. Both if your contacts are online or offline, you can Facebook Message them, and receive the replies in the same thread. 

(Source: ffrankier)

concept of a new notification center for Windows Phone 7
comments and suggestions: @FFrankie_r

concept of a new notification center for Windows Phone 7

comments and suggestions: @FFrankie_r

Jay Walker’s library
:O

Jay Walker’s library

:O

“This is ridiculous…you beat Launch octopus with Rolling Shield not Chameleon Sting!”

This is ridiculous…you beat Launch octopus with Rolling Shield not Chameleon Sting!”

johnleedraws:

I got to do another illustration for This Land Press. This minute fiction piece was written by Rebecca Makkai and involved several college students raiding a peer’s dorm room during holiday and rifling through all of his stuff. As a result of their invasion, they slowly begin to piece together who this guy is, where he’s from, and what’s important to him.

While the piece has an Oklahoman slant to it (the victim is from Oklahoma), I wanted to suggest that we all carry our homes with us wherever we go, through our stuff, personalities, and affectations.

w

Apple redesign the Samsung Galaxy Tab

(Source: theverge.com)

About:

Francesco Romiti is a 24 years student of economics. He likes music, technology, design and since '97 he spends a lot of time on internet.