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5 capabilities that entrench embedded UI designers

By Jennie on May 8, 2017 10:30:00 AM

The following is a post from Fancy Dan, one of our creative and talented in-house designers. Dan uses Storyboard Suite on a daily basis to create awesome user experiences for embedded applications. I asked him to share the top 5 features that make his job easier and his designs awesome.

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Windows 8 Review

By rdowdall on Nov 26, 2012 11:49:18 PM

Over the week-end I installed Windows 8 on my laptop.  For the most part it was a pleasant experience.  Setting it up  was quick and painless. For me, this is the first installation of Windows that felt new since Windows 95.  Most of the Windows versions since 95 have been the same implementation, with just some tweaks or superficial changes.  Windows 8 attempts to break the mold that it's predecessors created.  For proof of this look no further than the removal of the start button, the once iconic symbol of the Windows OS line.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

By Jamie on Nov 22, 2012 1:39:24 PM

Crank Software wants to wish all their American friends a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

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The Importance of Touch Screen Calibration

By Jamie on Nov 6, 2012 2:31:43 PM

A Pennsylvania voting machine has been removed after it was found turning votes for President Obama into a vote for Romney.

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Are you buying a new iPhone 5?

By Jamie on Sep 17, 2012 3:48:42 PM

Many of you are aware that Apple held a press conference last week where they announced the new iPhone 5. If you didn't, you must be living in a cave in Siberia or something. The announcement wasn't mind blowing. There had been rumours circulating for a couple of weeks prior to the press conference which were pretty bang on. Besides being a little thinner, getting a larger display, and some hardware performance enhancements, the UI and functionality as a whole remained pretty much the same.

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