To be honest, these are not even prototypes. --These are just nice motion graphics which they all fail on the real products.--
The guy itself contradicts every single research have been done for years with the first paragraph.
"For me it's all about how humans interact with these strange surfaces"
Yeah, that's all for you man. Just for you. I don't want to touch wonky stuff I never seen before and I can be sure that majority is the same. Think about the real world like you've mentioned.
Please stop appreciating false self promoters. These post-it designers guys are destroying the value of the design and development.
I have to add that I find it extremely cringeworthy when a person poses intentionally like he was working.
Sorry for being negative but I have nothing positive to say fake designers like the this person -except to read some books and get some real job done instead of just talking.
edit On a second look, the animations are pretty poor. They look like the first animation done after watching some youtube AE tutorial. Also don't you think it's a bit suspicious that he talks about what he done and shows only dribbble works. Ah and what's with the religion talk man?! ugh...
I'll plug this here, as I feel like it highlights what's going on here.
Dribbble and the creation of the Useless Designer
Couldn't agree more. This guys work appears on the popular page of Dribbble a lot because visually, sure these things can look quite impressive but as soon as you scratch the surface they are ridden with inconsistencies and both obvious and potential usability issues.
Wow. The Michael Bay of UI motion design?
Good luck building this stuff and pissing off your users by eventually slowing them down.
Kudos for sticking to creating something every day and getting covered by digital computer arts.
The site's name is pretty apt for what this is. Digital computer art.
There's nothing functional here. It's beautification without purpose.
Who the heck is giving out awards for prototypes
I had the pleasure to welcome him to our live stream event last week on Behance. He's still a design student who has just moved to New York from India to get his masters, but his approach was very refreshing. I wish I had his portfolio at his age, ha :) He's very nice and humble. I really wish him a lot of success when he'll start his career.
I can't recall I've seen any these things on live products somewhere, at least illustrations :/
Anyway, that's not the problem here, why do websites promote concepts as "award winning apps"?? I would understand "inspiration" but this is seriously a huge mistake and a lie.