Great opening title sequence for Shameless (TV series, US version). Simple and extremely effective portrait of the show’s essence. A great example of how moving picture and sound (the song ‘The Luck you got’ by The High Strung is awesome,by the way) can match so perfectly. Not new but never got to post it before. Superb […]
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Ellis Hamburger at The Verge has put up a nice round-up of keyboards for the iPad. Check the video below for insightful tidbits and quick reviews of the keyboards. I like the proposition of the Incase Origami Workstation — a great case and stand tailored for the Apple wireless keyboard. It is a great example of how a third-party accessory maker […]
Chris Pirillo’s father tries Windows 8 Consumer Preview. It’s difficult to understand a piece of software if there are no visual cues of essential navigation elements. Microsoft has going for them the fact that this is still a beta version, and if they’re paying attention, they’re still on time to do something about it. Apple’s (Mac) OS X Lion also […]
So it seems the new Android OS version (‘ice cream sandwich’) is getting better typography. About time. The ‘before and after’ screenshots here also show new user interface design bits for Gmail, Email and Calendar widgets.
Yours truly speaking about Steve Jobs, Design and Apple’s modus operandi in Zwamecast #111, a podcast from Zwame, the largest independent portuguese site/forum about technology in Portugal. Sorry international readers, this one is in portuguese only. By the way, in the podcast I’m referred to as @el_extranjero, my twitter handle.
Nice article on Computer Arts by illustrator and art director Justin Maller exposing the overrated sense of “inspiration” the media imply and its naked truth: Becoming a better artist comes from putting in thousands of hours of work. Unpaid, unappreciated, unappealing work. It comes from staying up until 2am experimenting in Photoshop and then dragging your ass out […]
Wacom announced a new digital sketch pen product. The Inkling sketch pen aims to attenuate the friction of capturing a paper drawing into an editable computer file. There’s no tablet to slide a pen onto — just use a sheet of paper. If it works as advertised it may be what illustrators and designers have wanted for quite a while: the […]