German Bauer


San Francisco, CA, USA

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  • "Now that I researched it more, I think the original logo de-composer who came up with this sheet format is logo designer Myles Stockdale"
    on: Graphic Breakdown of Famous Logos
  • "I saw these some time ago in an Instagram account but not sure if they're the authors: https://www.instagram.com/anatomy_of_logos/"
    on: Graphic Breakdown of Famous Logos
  • "Reminds me of the sweeping timeless cab-forward concepts of Chrysler from back when..."
    on: Veteran Industrial Designer's Take on What an Apple Car Might Look Like
  • "The "Little buddy hops on the back" type truck is a fairly common sight in Europe. I guess what's new with this one is the incredible smart steering helping navigate even the tightest turns on a forest trail."
    on: This Compact German Semi Truck Divides Into Two Separate Halves for Long Loads
  • "This has been tried a few times before (never commercially successfully) most notably the Sony QX-mount lens "cameras" that clip to a phone, and some of the earlier Samsung experiments. One of the QX models had an E-mount so you could connect actual Sony Alpha lenses to it."
    on: The Alice: Camera in the Front, Your Smartphone in the Back
  • "Many opportunities to make this better, but the situational context of this being in lower areas of being filled does contribute to easily overlooking the bars. If it had been 80% full you'd at least parse it because you'd conflicting signals. At 100% equally bad, the gauge probably looks even more like another light edge. I agree with the premise that the arrow completely gets its "gas opening on the right" meaning obliterated by drivers reading this in relation to the scale, as a fill indicator first. Cheap ways to mitigate: move the "right side" indicator away from the scale altogether (further to the left and below the E) and the linear scale would still work OK."
    on: An Example of Terrible UI Design: The Gas Gauge in the Volkswagen Atlas
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