Most “deep” apps require some amount of navigation, moving the user deeper into child views and then back out to the parent view. That navigational backtracking is typically done with a “Back” button, positioned in the top-left corner, and denoted by a pointed left side. You’ve all seen it:
Name Piano Across America
Location Denver (next up: Chicago)
In April, Dotan Negrin started a journey to develop himself as a pianist. He left New York with his dog, Brando, his upright piano, and a plan to cross the country and perform in improbable public places along the way. Today, Dotan finds a deeper meaning in his experiences. “My mission is to inspire people to create unique projects like this, to pursue their passions. I believe anyone can do anything if they have enough passion,” he says.
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A fauxgo (fake logo) is a symbol or other small design created to represent a fictional company or organization that exists only on film.
I can’t comment with any credibility on the legal issues involved in Andy Baio’s problems with the Kind of Bloop album cover, but I must address one assumption I’m seeing in comments on the story:
That cover is NOT the original photo, downsampled. It’s a hand-crafted, precisely drawn interpretation of the source. Anyone who’s ever seriously put pixels to screen will tell you that this is an actual artistic method, one with its own challenges, tricks, and yes, an aesthetic.
To illustrate, here’s an object from The Incident. (No, I don’t know how Daimler-Benz feels about the inclusion of their iconic SMART car in our game.) I didn’t scale down the photo to start - that wouldn’t have even been helpful. I looked and I drew from scratch. That’s pixel art.