12 Feb Aperture 2.0; custom everything.


Following up on my previous post showing a few design novelties in OS X 10.5.2, here are some quick observations on novelties in Aperture 2.0, which Apple released just today, on flickr. The Apple Pro Apps design team has gone far on customizing the look and feel – you’ll barely recognize the Aqua interface!

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  1. Aperture 2 looks nice!

    I love that you left the “There was a problem” prompt in the picture. ;)

  2. 2

    Well, Chris, I also had to demonstrate they customized modal alert dialogs ;)

  3. 3

    The buttons are aqua-metallic?


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