A behind-the-scenes look at building Google’s visual framework. Find out more about material design at www.google.com/design.
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Fully autonomous driving has always been the goal of our project, because we think this could improve road safety and help lots of people who can’t drive.
We’re now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they’ll take you where you want to go! We’ll use these vehicles to test our software and learn what it will really take to bring this technology into the world.
Watch volunteers take a ride in Mountain View, California. Then read more at: http://goo.gl/qDUtgq
Conheça o novo Nexus 5. Feito para capturar os momentos que importam.
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30 September Google launched a new advertising application in beta called Google Web Designer. The company says the tool is for creating “professional-quality design” HTML5 ads and campaigns accessible to everyone from the designer to the dabbler.
HTML5 is widely seen as the standard that everyone on the Web should adopt. In case you didn’t know, Google describes HTML5 as a “universal language for building beautiful, engaging content that can run across desktops, smartphones, and tablets.” It is thus the company’s hope that Google Web Designer will help make HTML5 accessible to people throughout the advertising industry, getting Web developers closer to the goal of “build once, run anywhere.”
Here’s the current feature list for Google Web Designer beta:
- Create animated HTML5 creative, with a robust, yet intuitive set of design tools.
- View and edit the code behind your designs and see your edits reflected back on the stage automatically.
- Build ad creatives seamlessly for DoubleClick and AdMob, or publish them to any generic environment you choose.
- Receive updates to the product automatically, without having to re-download the application.
- Access all of this entirely for free.
If you prefer the visual version, Google has provided multiple YouTube videos to show off the tool. Here’s one of them:
If this piques your interest you should read the getting started guide. Google is also asking for feedback, which you can provide on its user forum and Google+ page.
Again, this is just a beta, although Google does use the tag with little regard for its meaning. That being said, the company says it is “working hard over the next couple quarters to add new features and improvements.” We’ll let you know when its stable release is available.
Yes it’s true, it’s a promo video for an App;-)
“Explore new places, discover local favorites, and navigate your world with the new Google Maps app. Available on Android phones and tablets with a simple, easy-to-use design. Learn more at http://google.com/maps/about.
Note: The update will be rolled out gradually over the next few weeks (starting July 9, 2013).”