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Annotating music in IIIF - digirati-ch - Medium
The original Variations Audio Timeliner was initially developed in 2002 by the Indiana University Digital Library Program. It is a desktop application for Windows and macOS that students and teachers could download and use to create visual representations of the structure of music. via Pocket
audio  gui  iiif  music  timelines 
7 weeks ago by kintopp
MiniVAN for the Visual Analysis of Networks
I’m happy to announce that the Public Data Lab has received funding from Sage Publishing to develop a project called MiniVAN. This will be a simple tool to facilitate the visual analysis of networks and online publication of results. Further details are copied below. via Pocket
graphs  gui  networks  tools 
march 2018 by kintopp
GitHub - tesseract4java/tesseract4java: Java GUI and Tools for Tesseract OCR
A graphical user interface for the Tesseract OCR engine. The program has been introduced in the Master’s thesis “Analyses and Heuristics for the Improvement of Optical Character Recognition Results for Fraktur Texts” by Paul Vorbach (German). via Pocket
gui  ocr  tools 
march 2017 by kintopp
Flinto for Mac – The prototyping tool designers have been waiting for.
Navigate between screens using transitions you design, controlled by simple taps, or direct manipulation swipe gestures. The movement of your finger is fed into your transition to create a slick, natural animation. No janky weirdness. Adding scrolling areas to your screens couldn’t be easier. via Pocket
design  gui  ios  tools  ui 
september 2015 by kintopp
Expresso
Expresso is a Python-based GUI for designing, training and exploring deep-learning frameworks. It is built atop Caffe, the open-source, prize-winning framework popularly used to develop Convolutional Neural Networks. via Pocket
gui  tools  deep 
july 2015 by kintopp
Windows Phone - Matt Gemmell
As an iPhone user, you probably have little interest in the other mobile platforms - but they do exist. I take my iPhone everywhere I go, and for the most part, it’s a satisfying device to use. There are some rough edges, though. via Pocket
gui 
march 2015 by kintopp
ignore the code: Windows 10: Re-Crappifying Windows 8
People don’t like to lose things. In fact, people hate losing things so much that economists have a special term for it: loss aversion. In economics and decision theory, loss aversion refers to people’s tendency to strongly prefer avoiding losses to acquiring gains. via Pocket
gui 
february 2015 by kintopp
301 Moved Permanently
1. Set your Options 2. Select Details to Display 3. Expand Canvas 4. Control the position of your specs5. Spec Away! Save valuable time, lots of time! Spec with a few easy clicks. via Pocket
design  gui  tools  ui 
december 2014 by kintopp
LukeW | Eliminating Taps with Fluid Touch Gestures
Getting things done in most mobile applications requires taps -lots of them. But because of discovery issues, mobile designers have tended to shy away from using other kinds of gestures in their UI. via Pocket
gui  ux 
december 2014 by kintopp
rsms/cocui - GitHub
COCoa User Interface mockup.

For rapidly building functional Cocoa applications using WebKit (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).
cocoa  gui  webdev  webkit 
december 2011 by kintopp

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