Another app from Formation
KERN test your ability of accurate kerning by placing the missing letter in a word. The app is only $0.99 and check out Formations other products.
via CR Blog
Posted on Hypebeast is this little chart on how to pronounce your favorite fashion designers’ name. I know a couple fashion design majors in my school that might find this useful.
Complex mag has an interview with tinker hatfield. Seriously if you dont know who tinker is then do yourself a favor and get to reading.
Great little piece from HP on Burton and their business.
wow.. im a magazine dude at heart. since i was about 12 i’ve had a subsription of some sort to atleast one of an ever changing array of magzines. yesterday i was at walnut st. catching up on photos, and i saw that our antenna mags had finally showed up. i took a look at the cover, scanned what was inside it, and then immediately read the james bond interview. dope. content that i hadnt seen on the internet. you won me over antenna. good job.
and.. the dudes that run it are good people too! look for some ubiq content in coming issues. i just noticed jeff ng posted about them, they’re getting their shine.. give them a read if you get a chance.
for my fellow loch ness, mothman, chupacabra, bigfoot and thunderbird connoisseurs.
Recently Electrolychee updated their site starting their page with a desktop, so I thought I’d give this opportunity to mention other design firms that have been getting recognition straight from the Philippines.
The Web Designer’s Success Guide is one designer’s account on how he made $100,000 in one year for top tier companies by starting his own freelance web design business. Best of all, the book is free to download in its entirety as a PDF document.
Jeez, it’s 2007 already? It only seems like yesterday that six of the E™ were sat in a studio in New York throwing around the idea of a blog, whilst eating left over take away and Tootsie rolls. 10 months on and over 1.7 million visitors in, wE™ have only really scratched the surface of what we just might end up doing with this blog. I would venture to guess that 2007 will be a bigger year for us. We have some stuff planned…
Inquiring Mind re-launched their magazine-style website recently, It concentrates on the in’s and out’s of what is going down in “street culture” from a Canadian perspective. Peep it.
Check out this easy tutorial on how to make your own (low priced) light tent for shooting product photos here
(mt) recently launched Krop.com, a site where you can find jobs in the creative and tech domains. The interface is really 2.0 slick and results are easy to find.
Now if only I could find a full-time job .. anyone?
If you like me, have a new intel based mac and are disapointed with how photoshop has been running through rosetta, and how you have to wait until spring for a universal version, fret no longer! A beta version will be free to download TOMORROW if you have CS2 and a valid serial number.
Now i’ll be able to see how his mac pro really screams. Hot damn! Be sure to check Adobe tomorrow for details.
Since i’m on a computer for a good eight hours a day, it may be surprising to some of you that i’ve only been following the website digg.com recently, and it seems that I’m starting to get hooked. I’ve known about this site for a while, but never really paid it much thought until I read about how digg made its founder Kevin Rose worth about 60 million dollars. So that made it a bit more interesting.
Revision 3 is a by-product of all this, a media network geared towards producing content targeted to the same crowd that diggs digg. With podcasts and vidcasts to download, i’m sure the site has something for everyone. Tim from Revival recommended diggnation to me and I do agree it is definitely worth a look. Go download today!