The mobile landscape has changed quite a bit in the last few years. Beautiful static designs were the differentiators that propelled apps to the top. But things change and we progress. Interactions, animations, and how an app “feels” to the end-user have become the defining traits of modern, successful mobile apps.
Today is a very exciting day for us! We’ve been working very hard for the past year to bring you our new flagship product. Pixate is a mobile interaction design service that enables designers to build complex animations and rich interactions and see them in full fidelity, 100% natively on their iOS or Android device.
There’s really never been anything like this before. Pixate isn’t coding. Pixate isn’t “noodles and patches.” Pixate is 100% visual to design, yet delivers 100% native app prototypes. It’s very exciting, and over the last few months of our private preview release, we’ve seen prototypes created that absolutely blew us away. They were so rich and so compelling, that we often forgot we were looking at a prototype and not the real thing.
Pixate opens the door for you, the designer. Do in minutes what yesterday was impossible. Have a voice to show your ideas in their final form. Impress your boss, blow away your peers. The best part is that we’ve just begun! We look forward to seeing what you come up with.
I find that when I write I need things to be quiet, but when I design, I can’t bear it if it’s quiet.
The image shows the MH370 search area encompassing the seabed on and around Broken Ridge, an extensive linear, mountainous sea floor structure that once formed the margin between two geological plates. Remnants of volancoes, towering ridges and deep trenches have been discovered on the seabed of the southern Indian Ocean by experts mapping the underwater terrain as part of the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
I could watch this again and again.