After much anticipation, Bohemian Coding finally released Sketch 3.0. Filled with UI updates and new features like Symbols, the new update will cost you $49.99 for a limited time only.
Mailbox announced earlier today that the popular iOS app is now available for Android users. New Mac optimized app will be available soon.
Google officially enters wearables market. The company announced Android Wear, a version of Android designed specifically for wearable devices.
It's not often that I am truly impressed by a new service or an app, but I can say with confidence that Square Cash is brilliant. You would think that by now someone would figure out a simple way to send and receive money with no strings attached. Everything I've tried so far usually requires both parties to sign up for the service, download an app, link your bank account, etc. This makes the whole process very tedious and hard to use.
Perhaps too often, scientists, financial analysts and other professionals are described as “expert level”. The term may be apt when introducing them for commentary in a feature story, but in terms of design it is important to recognize that a user who is an expert in their field is not necessarily an expert in your software. Even designing for sophisticated users still does not give license for a complex UX. User interfaces should be intuitive and easy to learn no matter who the user is.