New Unity 8 desktop mock-ups shared by the Canonical design team show an interesting new approach to presenting Scopes to desktop users.
Got a spare five minutes? You can help the Canonical design out by filling in a questionnaire. The team is looking to “gather information about how people perceive colours and use Scopes.” The short questionnaire […]
Back in May we got a peek at what the Canonical Design Team has in store for the future of Ubuntu — now there's more to see.
The Instagram Scope for Ubuntu Touch will stop working from May 31. This is the date Instagram retires access to its feed-reading APIs.
A couple of days back we mentioned that big ol’ design rejig is headed to Ubuntu Scopes. More details about the ‘design evolution of Ubuntu Scopes’ was shared by the Canonical design and engineering teams at the Ubuntu Online Summit. […]
A redesign for Ubuntu Scopes appears to be on the way, with a pair of new images showing a hugely improved layout and interaction experience.
A refreshed Instagram Photos Scope features in the latest over-the-air update of Ubuntu Touch, which starts to roll out to supported devices from today.
The second “Ubuntu Scope Showdown” contest has opened for entry — and there are some brilliant prizes up for grabs!
Three different Ubuntu Phones are now available to buy online — but none are available through network carriers or sold in retail stores. Why? Well, read on…
It's hard to believe that in just a few short weeks the first Ubuntu Phone goes on sale, manufactured by Bq Readers. It feels like it's taken ages to get to this point, but at the same time no time at all.
China's youth developer community is invited to participate in the 'Ubuntu Developer Innovation Contest' with the chance to win 70,000RMB cash.
Managing Scopes on Ubuntu for Phones will soon be easier thanks to new 'bottom edge' gestures and features being introduced to dev builds.