Mobile UI Design Patterns 2014

Mobile UI Design Patterns 2014

“Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.”

- Edward de Bono

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Facebook VS LinkedIn what is your choice???

There is absolutely no comparison between facebook and LinkedIn for the reason that facebook was designed to promote social networking and LinkedIn for professional purposes. The purpose of facebook is to help people keep in touch with their ex-class fellows and family members whereas LinkedIn is undoubtedly the best professional site on the planet. It allows members of different companies and institutes to share ideas with each other. It also gives CEO of the company an opportunity to maintain the list of all the employees of his company. Facebook is unquestionably the largest social networking site of all time. Recently it achieved a new landmark when 500 million users used facebook in a single day. Facebook contains business pages that enable you to stay connected with innovation of different companies but facebook has one drawback that it does not allow you to connect with strangers. So basically facebook is only for staying connected with people in your immediate social circle. LinkedIn on the other hand is ideal for professionals. They can easily share their views and ideas with people of their own caliber. The LinkedIn has one major drawback and that is you cannot comment on shared items. You can only view them. In this aspect this site is way behind facebook. In fact, facebook is multipurpose and multi dimensional site which has something for everybody. You cannot fault the effort that facebook team put in to provide the best service possible to the users. Continue reading

Know famous Logos…

Amazon

This logo doesnt seem to hide much at first sight, but it gives you a little insight in the philosophy behind the brand. First of all, the yellow swoosh looks like a smile: Amazon.com want to have the best customer satisfaction. The swoosh also connects the letters a and z, meaning that this store has everything from a to z.

FEDEX

This is probably one of the best known logos with a hidden meaning. If you look closely, youll see an arrow thats formed by the letters E and x. This arrow symbolizes speed and precision, two major selling points of this company.

Continental

Continental is a manufacturer of tyres. You could actually see this in their logo, because the first two letters create a 3-dimensional tyre.
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Abbrevations for all famous companies

General knowledge for all :

LG is an abbreviation of “Lucky Geumseong” in South Korea,
LG Group has attempted to update its moniker by associating “LG” with “Life’s Good” which is the current company Slogan.

BPL stands for “British Physical Laboratories” .
It deals with consumer appliances (such as refrigerators and washing machines), home entertainment products and health care devices.

TVS stands for ‘TV Sundaram Iyengar and Sons Limited’ .
TVSs is the holding company for the TVS Group of companies engaged in the manufacturing of almost all kinds of automotive components, two wheelers and a few other industrial products.

STAR networks : Satellite Television Asian Region

Interesting facts about some of the IT companies

Adobe – came from name of the river Adobe Creek that ran behind the house of founder John Warnock.

Apache – It got its name because its founders got started by applying patches to code written for NCSA’s httpd daemon. The result was ‘A PAtCHy’ server — thus, the name Apache

Apple Computers – favourite fruit of founder Steve Jobs. He was three months late in filing a name for the business, and he threatened to call his company Apple Computers if the other colleagues didn’t suggest a better name by 5 o’clock.

C – Dennis Ritchie improved on the B programming language and called it ‘New B’. He later called it C. Earlier B was created by Ken Thompson as a revision of the Bon programming language (named after his wife Bonnie)

CISCO – its not an acronymn but the short for San Francisco.

Compaq – using COMp, for computer, and PAQ to denote a small integral object.

GNU – a species of African antelope. Founder of the GNU project Richard Stallman liked the name because of the humour associated with its pronuniciation and was also influenced by the children’s song ‘The Gnu Song’ which is a song sung by a gnu. Also it fitted into the recursive acronym culture with ‘GNU’s Not Unix’.

Google – the name started as a jokey boast about the amount of information the search-engine would be able to search. It was originally named ‘Googol’, a word for the number represented by 1 followed by 100 zeros. After founders – Stanford grad students Sergey Brin and Larry Page presented their project to an angel investor, they received a cheque made out to ‘Google’!

Hotmail – Founder Jack Smith got the idea of accessing e-mail via the web from a computer anywhere in the world. When Sabeer Bhatia came up with the business plan for the mail service, he tried all kinds of names ending in ‘mail’ and finally settled for hotmail as it included the letters “html” – the programming language used to write web pages. It was initially referred to as HoTMaiL with selective upper casing.

HP – Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard tossed a coin to decide whether the company they founded would be called Hewlett-Packard or Packard-Hewlett.

Intel – Bob Noyce and Gordon Moore wanted to name their new company ‘Moore Noyce’ but that was already trademarked by a hotel chain, so they had to settle for an acronym of INTegrated ELectronics.

Java – Originally called Oak by creator James Gosling, from the tree that stood outside his window, the programming team had to look for a substitute as there was another language with the same name. Java was selected from a list of suggestions. It came from the name of the coffee that the programmers drank.
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infosys : information systems

wipro – western indian products

AOL- America Online

Strange but most of us dont know!!!

Now funnier side of them

1. INFOSYS: Inferior Offline Systems

2. WIPRO : Weak Input, Poor & Rubbish Output

3. HCL : Hidden Costs & Losses

4. TCS : Totally Confusing Solutions

5. C-DOT : Coffee During Office Timings

6. HUGHES : Highly Useless Graduates Hired for Eating and Sleeping

7. BAAN : Beggars Association and Nerds

8. IBM : Implicitly Boring Machines

9. SATYAM : Sad And Tired Yelling Away Madly

10.. PARAM : Puzzled And Ridiculous Array of Microprocessors

11. HP : Hen Pecked

12. AT&T : All Troubles & Terrible

13. CMC : Coffee, Meals and Comfort

14. DEC : Drifting & Exhausted Computers

15. BFL : Brainwash First, and Let them go

16. DELL : Deplorable Equipment & Lackluster

17. TISL : Totally Inconsistent Systems Ltd

18. PSI : Peculiar Symptoms of India

19. PCL : Poor Computers Ltd

20. SPARC : Simply Poor And Redundant Computers

21. SUN : Surely Useless Novelties

22. CRAY : Cry Repeatedly After an Year

23.. TUL : Troubles Un Limited

24. CTS : Coffee, Tea and Snacks

25. ICIM : Impossible Computers In Maintenance

26. BPL : Below Poverty Line

27. NIIT : Not Interested in IT