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  • Apple updates its Retail Store Webpage with an iOS 7 Inspired Design

    Apple recently refreshed the “Apple Retail Store” section of its website with a clean iOS 7 inspired aesthetic, complete with “flat” graphics and copious amounts of white space. With the new look, Apple has brought the informational retail section more in line with the rest of the website, which has seemingly moved towards skeuomorphic graphics to a “flatter” design representative of the new version of the iOS mobile platform. The tweaked page was originally spotted by the folks over at ifo Apple Store.

    Although the Online Apple Store and dedicated product pages switched to a white open look shortly after the launch of iOS 7, the retail location landing page was stuck with a layout from the days of iOS 6. With a hefty serving of negative space, the retail pages now take on a “flat” look devoid of drop shadows, “depressible” blue buttons and gray background. The text and images are now merged into a continuous flow of content.

    Ancillary retail pages seem to have received the same treatment, including the Apple Store locations list. The update is representative of the Apple website’s continual evolution, which tends to take its graphical cues from the company’s operating systems.

    Source: Apple via ifo Apple Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple updates its Retail Store Webpage with an iOS 7 Inspired Design started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. gsmlover's Avatar
      gsmlover -
      look nice ..............
    1. jwil736's Avatar
      jwil736 -
      Not seeing a difference.. Maybe I just never paid that much attention.
    1. Dark_Ninja's Avatar
      Dark_Ninja -
      Don't see a difference lol