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That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means

That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means By now you probably know that the emoji you send on an iPhone might not be the emoji that is received on a Nexus.The most widely misinterpreted is the “grinning face with smiling eyes” emoji, which—depending on the platform—can range from the rosy-cheeked cherubic face of glee to the anguished clenched-teeth look of constipation.

Personalizing your Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphi... | Community

Personalizing your  Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphi... | Community The AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury X graphics card industrial design was created with the goal of embodying a professional, elegant and simple design.Using multiple pieces of aluminum die cast finished in black nickel and a soft touch black, the full metal construction makes the graphics card feels as good as it looks.

Sidequests and Other Distractions: The Erosion of Meaning in CRPG Quests

Sidequests and Other Distractions: The Erosion of Meaning in CRPG Quests This recent and lengthy editorial points to the way in which quest design and execution have been handled in virtually every CRPG since the 1990s, in particular how dozens of even hundreds of side quests have caused us to neglect many games' main quests.The article suggests that this has led to an "erosion" of meaning to the primary quests in general, and while I tend to agree, I don't think there's a great alternative without the narrative being structured around a series of progressive quests toward one end goal, therefore limiting player choice.

Designing A Better Pokémon Go

Designing A Better Pokémon Go Unlike us, she went ahead and did something about it.It’s easy to come in over the top of someone else’s game and pick flaws, as opposed to designing one from the ground up and working with practical limitations, but still.

Adobe Creative Cloud applications receive major updates

Adobe Creative Cloud applications receive major updates Over the last few years Adobe has moved its creative software applications across to a subscription based licensing approach.This subscription based approach means that its Creative Cloud customers get the latest releases as they become available.

Apple's new $300 coffee table book contains 450 product photos, little else

Apple's new $300 coffee table book contains 450 product photos, little else Whether you love Apple or hate it, there’s no denying the company’s formidable influence on product design.There’s a wealth of material for Apple to draw from, and the company’s new $300 coffee table book, Designed by Apple in California, ought to be a repository for anecdotes, explanations, and ideas.