Apple has left a huge impression on user interface design. From the original Mac to its mobile products, Apple has reinvented and refined its design for each new device.

This interactive timeline by Punchkick Interactive traces how Apple has reshaped the user interface from Apple II to the Apple watch.

The Macintosh in 1984 used a graphical user interface, which was considered a novelty. Apple used basic one color graphics and pioneered the idea of windows for different applications and tasks that can be layered on top of one another.

See the history of Apple’s user interfaces and to find out how much they have impacted user interface design.


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