Best Tech Posts of 2014

In recent years, companies have focused more on the design and aesthetics of their tech devices (while also upping the functionality!) and tech has become such a large part of our everyday lives. We took note in 2014 and started focusing more on the intersection of technology and design. Take a look at some of the fan faves:

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Best Tech Posts of 2014

10. Notegraphy Turns Any Text Into Modern Graphic Design
Notegraphy is a new web and mobile app that turns any text into modern, typography-inspired designs.

9. Monument Valley: The Most Beautiful Game You’ve Ever Seen
A surreal iPad game transports gamers into a mysterious Escher-inspired puzzle world rendered in a beautiful palette.

8. Curator: An iPad App For Designers & Visual Thinkers
A newly launched iPad app that unites all of your content into a visual interface.

7. Adobe Ink and Slide May Forever Change How You Design
Adobe’s new Ink and Slide hardware might be a game changer in the world of mobile creation.

6. AirType: Revolutionary ‘Invisible’ Keyboard of Tomorrow
AirType is changing the way we type with a keyboardless keyboard.

5. Furtif Evercut Knives Only Need Sharpening Once Every 25 Years
Knives made with a laser-bonded titanium-carbide surface that lasts 300 times longer than standard steel and 5 times longer than ceramic.

4. Post-it Brand Digitizes Collaboration With Innovative New Post-it® Plus App
Post-it Brand is taking analog collaboration and digitizing it with the new Post-it Plus App, a first-of-its-kind collaboration solution.

3. Scribble: 100,000 Ink Colors Available In One Pen
A 16-bit RGB color sensor and ARM 9 microprocessor inside a pen allows users to scan and reproduce 16 million colors of ink for drawing.

2. 3 Charging Docks For the New iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
If you’ve purchased a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you should be investing in three accessories, including a new Lighting docking stand.

And the most popular tech post of 2014 is…

1. Archisketch: Sketching App For Architects & Designers
A new, scale aware iPad sketching app that’s ideal for architects, interior and product designers.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.