Imagine if playing the air guitar actually resulted in an audible, stream of guitar music! Well, that’s what AirType can do. It’s a keyboard-less keyboard that will change the way we type, especially when it comes to tablet devices. AirType is a set of cuff-like devices which attach to your hands and by learning your finger movements,… Read more »
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The diary of a freelance web designer
Introducing… Entrepreneur Barbie! Complete with smartphone, tablet and matching handbag. #dontletthepinkdressfoolyou
Ever wonder what the difference is between a Serif and a Sans Serif font? Wonder no more! Thanks Creative Bloq for this sweet infographic which explains the difference between the two styles, and suggests which style is better suited to different projects types.
Despite the general opinion that popups are (really) annoying, they’re still in fact very good at what they do. They draw temporary attention to something by interrupting a ‘normal’ flow of events, and cause an action/reaction, which generates results. In the last year or two, Pop ups have even jumped off the page and into our… Read more »
Late last year, I posted an infographic about the use of colour online, and how it subconsciously affects the way we behave and take action online. Well here’s a follow up article I just found which further explains the colour psyche and is well worth the (long) read. Below is a short teaser… but you can read the full… Read more »
If your mum is anything like mine, she’s pretty awesome. Tell her she’s the bestest with this free Printable Mothers Day Card.
Colour palettes inspired by the mix of beautiful people and colours from a recent trip to the South Pacific.
Google Now is getting a superpower. Amongst many of it’s cool new features, it can remember where you parked your car.
Looks like I got April fooled this year. A few months ago I posted an article on wearable technology, and on the 1st of April 2014 (still no connection), Web Design Ledger posted an article on the unforeseen side effects reported by some google glass wearers. I almost couldn’t write the follow up post fast enough.
Turns out if you’re the US Government, something as simple as changing the font face on your hardcopy printouts can save you up to $400 million per year. But it can also result in savings for us too.