Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category
Good design is unobtrusive, and that’s exactly what Apple delivered today at WWDC.
Today the average digital display hovers around 120 pixels per inch, but with new devices looming on the horizon that will soon change.
Jobs’ letter to Adobe gains momentum for HTML5. Now the concept of both technologies being complimentary to each other is fading quickly.
After hearing news about another browser being released for the iPhone, I was excited about another option. They threw all the great tools at us, but that’s where it ends.
The Monome 40h is a reconfigurable grid of sixty-four backlit buttons that can be organized into more sophisticated systems.
So where do you put this thing? On the couch to lounge with or on the nightstand to read a book before going to bed. I just wish I could do some real computing on it.
There’s no question that software tools plays a vital role in my day-to-day work. For both design work and helping improve my efficiency and workflow, I listed a few of my favorite tools of choice.
After loading up OS X 10.6 and giving Snow Leopard a test run, I had some immediate concerns with the new Exposé setup.