Category Archives: Design

Jot! Whiteboard becomes Jot! Blackboard with Jot! 2.8

Jot! 2.8 is now live! You’ll notice an additional option on the background menu: That’s right, black backgrounds. This is the most significant change to the look and feel of the Jot! experience ever. Compare black versus white: It’s literally … Continue reading

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iPad Backgrounds for Jot!

We often use Jot! when thinking about user interfaces for new features and new apps. We were recently thinking about building a new app and so naturally we used Jot! to start sketching out screens. In Jot! 2.5 we introduced … Continue reading

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How we use Jot: App Mockups

There’s an industry term for using your own software, unfortunately called “dogfooding” or “eating your own dogfood”. It was originally coined by Microsoft and while it conjures up a less-than-pleasant image, it really just means “using your own product”. I … Continue reading

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How the iPad Changes the UI Game

I just read a great blog post by Rich Ziade on his frustrations with Safari on the iPad and how to rethink the UI design. Safari inherits a classic window trait: controls and a healthy slab of chrome along the … Continue reading

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