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fastcompany:

What if Apple never changed? What if Jobs and company decided that they’d gotten it right—really, really right—with the classic Mac OS? What if every product thereafter would be iterative of its graphic design, with every title bar still rendered in Chicago bitmap font? iOS 86, by designer Anton Repponen, is a conceptual mashup of iOS and the Mac OS of yore. And against the odds of time and technology, the old interface still looks stunning on one of the world’s most advanced smartphones.

“To be honest I don’t really know [why it looks so good],” Repponen tells Co.Design. “Maybe it is because it just looks so clean and simple.”

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    Strangely enough, I am drawn to the ui like a fly to a bug zapper… lol
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