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Apple have always advertised the iPad as more than a content consumption device, but in reality working on it has never been very practical. Could Parallels Access change that?
Adobe is one of the biggest creators of web designer software and yet they are sending very mixed messages to the web design community.
Remote working as a team can be challenging without those creative, casual conversations that spontaneously emerge in an office environment. Fortunately there is a tool that brings those conversations to the virtual world.
Adding imagery to a blog post helps retain user attention for longer and Skitch is simply the best tool for doing so quickly.
In a world dominated by Twitter and Facebook it is easy to forget that the humble forum is one of the most effective ways of building a community. But not all forum software was created equal.
Us web designers and website owners tend to be an unhealthy lot. Sitting for hours on end in front of our computers. However, we can lead a more healthy lifestyle. I am.
Managing multiple social networks in a corporate environment with more than one contributor can be challenging. Fortunately Hootsuite can help.
Although the Boagworld podcast will return with a new format in 6 months, the question still remains – what are you mean’t to listen to now?
So you want an iPad, but is there really a business case to buy one? As a freelancer can you justify the cost? As a website owner will you be able to persuade the boss?
Are you thinking about buying an iPad? Are you wondering if your website will look good on one? If so this is the review for you.
Andy Wickes reviews Flowplayer the Open Source (GPL 3) video player for the web which can be use it to embed video streams into your web pages.
When there are so many wireframe tools that help plan your website, finding the right one can be challenging. However, I think I have found a real gem.
This has nothing to do with web design but if you are a mac user you might find the way I use my mac interesting.