At The Industry, we try to view the digital world with an eye critical to design. While others were covering the actual release of iTunes 11, we were talking about how iTunes and iOS are converging from a user interface perspective.
There are times when we’re able to talk about a seemingly utilitarian application or service can be looked at from a similar perspective. These applications aren’t what you’d typically call sexy at first glance. These are the type of applications that almost shock you with their usefulness. Well, we’ve definitely found another one of those. Today, I’ll give you a look at the latest preview version of a new application called Mixture.
Mixture is beautifully simple application built specifically for web developers. It is designed and built by Neil Kinnish, Mike Kus and Pete Nelson. It is purposely minimal and keeps itself almost entirely out of the way while still maintaining an incredible level of usefulness. The application is in a private preview state at the moment. I’ve had access to it for a bit now and I’ve been playing around and I think it’s feature set has gotten to the point where it is worth talking about. Let’s take a closer look at this lovely little utility.
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