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Exploring Fonts

March 6, 2012 | 2 Exploring Fonts Fonts are essential to the quality and style of designs. The use of these networks of characters can help set the personality of a product or service. It can make or break a logo, pen the new trademark for a clothing company, or be the standard visual for a children's book collection, among many other things. Take a look at some key points about fonts to better understand their significance and overall presence in the market. Defining Font Also known as typefaces, fonts are part Read more [...]

Gradient App Saves Time

March 2, 2012 | 1 Lately there has been heavy problems with the new CSS3 gradient syntax and vendor prefixes. Every single browser has their own prefix and now some even have two. This makes a web designer's life 100% more complex, not to mention they must write 4 or 5 lines of more code. If you are sick of trying to remember the syntax and the vendor prefixes for CSS3 gradients then the Mac app Gradient is for you! Gradient app is a new app from Jumpzero that makes CSS3 much simpler! I, personally, was a beta Read more [...]

HTML and CSS on the Go – iPad

March 2, 2012 | A Look at iPad It's no surprise that the use of technology reigns as everyone tries to get through the normal hustle and bustle of their day. Hectic schedules hardly leave room for long, drawn-out processes that are nearly outdated. Manufacturers continue to accommodate the majority of users who desire accurate, but fast applications to get them through their daily functions. Major instances of the constant push for fast results occur with the use of the iPad, a brand of tablet computes made Read more [...]

iOS: How to back up

February 29, 2012 | If you have ever suffered though a computer crash, you know just how devastating it can be. To begin with, there’s all the time, effort, and expense of getting your computer back up and running again (or replacing it entirely). Read more [...]

Get Clear, Get Done.

February 28, 2012 | In case you have been living under a rock, you have had to of heard about Realmac’s latest and greatest app “Clear”. If you’re looking for a simple, clean, beautiful to-do list management app for your iPhone then Clear is perfect for you! Dieter Rams has 10 rules of good design. One of which states that “Good design is unobtrusive”. Clear fits this rule specifically. There are a TON of to-do list apps out there, but what makes Clear different from the others? It’s simple, that is Read more [...]

Disabling In-App Purchases

February 21, 2012 | Are you tired of inadvertent expenses arising as the result of in-app purchases on your iOS Device? Then you're in luck; there's a way to turn that feature off. If you regularly download and test new apps, you know that many of them contain links that enable you to unlock features, purchase a fuller version, or buy additional components. This has resulted in more than a few unexpected charges to iOS users It has been a particular problem for parents who allow their children to use an iOS Device. To Read more [...]


February 20, 2012 | Rdio on the App Store is a new social music service for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, and the best way to listen to unlimited, on-demand music everywhere with your friends, and no ads. Follow your friends and other people with great taste in music, and find new and old favorites. Play any of our more than 10 million songs as much as you like, make your own playlists, and collaborate with friends on theirs. Search and find any song, album or artist, and start listening immediately. Sync songs, albums Read more [...]

OS X Spelling Corrections Via Keyboard

February 20, 2012 | After much searching, I have finally found a way to correct misspelled words without using the full Spelling interface and without using the contextual menu, as that requires using the mouse. For some time, I've been looking for a way to correct spelling for cases when auto-correct doesn't work. I thought it should have been easy to do. The only way I knew how to do it was right-clicking the misspelled word, which brings up a contextual menu the top of which shows suggestions followed by Read more [...]