UI concept designer Jan-Michael Cart to intern at Apple

UI concept designer Jan-Michael Cart to intern at Apple

Jan-Michael Cart, noted for his iOS user interface concept videos, is heading off to work at Apple.

And like that, my time has come — I am now a member of the Apple community. I will still update my website with random small portfolio additions. I will also open up the blog portion of my website to document my day-to-day happenings in Cupertino. Stay tuned!

Several of Cart's UI videos focused on notification handling, making him the latest in a series of notification-centric designers brought in by Apple, including ??, known as the father of webOS notifications, to Peter Haas, who developed the Jailbreak MobileNotifier package.

Curiouser and curiouser. Check out a few of Cart's videos, below.

Source: Jan-Michael Cart via iPhoneinCanada.com

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UI concept designer Jan-Michael Cart to intern at Apple

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everything looks great "on paper" but can they realistically be done without compromising apple's battery-life standards? specifically the dynamic icons. everything else looks amazing and doesn't seem like they would require very much more resources. now it's only a matter of finding the right engineers to turn these ideas into reality.
let's get to it apple! we need more innovation please!

This video is older then those tweaks hommie, check yo self, before you wreck yo self, yo! Lol. Seriously tho' the videos are older.

Two Door Cinema Club! Oh and the fact that this should be in iOS 6. Just when I thought there was no longer a need to jailbreak, I want this to happen like... yesterday!

i think you're being a little oiismpittc it just doesnt have the kind of power to run that kind of stuff, maybe 2nd and 3rd gen will though . but for $500, you're better off either with a gaming pc or ps3