Big Sur

Ohai, Monterey

This will, in a few days, become my primary OS. Why? Because I won’t repeat the mistake I made with Big Sur. I waited till September to try it out, then it took me months more to sign off on releasing it to the rest of my company.

This time, I’m aiming for a Day 30 release. Maybe a Day 60 at most.

Apple, Big Sur, and the rise of Neumorphism

Yesterday saw the introduction of a whole new version of macOS, moving beyond the X designation into a new version number: 11. macOS 11 (known as Big Sur) boasts loads of new features that bring it closer to parity with its iOS counterparts on iPhones and iPads, but one area where there seems to be a divergent path is… its icon and user interface design. You can blame that on a little something called Neumorphism, and like or hate it, it’s the next wave in UI design.
— Read on www.inputmag.com/design/apple-macos-big-sur-the-rise-of-neumorphism

Incredibly interesting piece.