I decided to transfer my WordPress blog over to my own host, and i’m going to continue working on my own design for the blog. I’l keep this blog updated with all my design work and possibly other stuff that I find interesting =]
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This idea came to me on a train journey home. As multi-touch is made more and more accessible, it would only make sense to have a desktop counter-part to the tablet ‘TouchBook’ I have previously designed. Originally I was going to go for a similar design to the new cinema displays or the iMac when I realized how much strain on your arms it would eventually cause pointing upwards at a screen. Of course on the opposite end, having a screen flat on a desk would also cause neck problems, so I came up with a more ergonomic design. This ‘Mac Touch’ is the first design I came up with, a screen at a 45 degree angle, with multi-touch input. At this angle, adding a keyboard and mouse would also be possible if needed for other use, but for standard multi-touch applications this design seemed most sensible and stylish.
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Here is a render I have thrown together, modeling the new LED Cinema Display with a new design for the Mac Mini, which I’m pretty sure is close to an update soon. Going with the ‘Gloss’ theme that Apple seems to be applying to all of their new products, I’m almost certain this is how the mini should turn out. The new keyboard was based on the Black keys, also being applied to all new MacBook’s and MacBook Pro’s.