Homescreen Gallery is an online archive of iOS Home Screens. The proliferation of mobile applications and customizable interfaces has turned the Home Screen into a unique anthropological artifact — one that exposes our digital habits and our personal relationship with technology.
As time goes by and iOS updates are released, Homescreen Gallery will grow into a crowd-sourced catalog of technological evolution, allowing the public to determine if things have, indeed, “evolved.”
To submit a screenshot, simply scan the QR code below and text a screenshot of your iOS Home Screen. Screenshots that contain photos of children will not be accepted. You may choose to remain anonymous if you’d prefer.
August 15, 2022
Homescreen Gallery has officially launched. Don’t forget to share this website with your homies.
Homescreen Gallery was initially conceived as a means to learning React.js, Next.js, and Sanity. Apparently, it worked!
All screenshots are sourced from the public, and should be considered property of their respective user.
View the source on Github.
Gabe Ferreira (b. 1991 in São Paulo) is a designer interested in innovation, technology, art, and the human condition. His work often takes the form of visual identity systems, publications, websites, digital products, typefaces, and public art for clients, at agencies, with collaborators, and on a self-initiated basis.
His 10-year stint in Los Angeles was followed by a 2017 move to San Francisco, a city he now calls home.