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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.
Marcus shares some thoughts about our upcoming trip to SXSW.
I often get asked what my favourite iPhone applications are. Its hardly surprising considering the excessive number of application I buy and the amount I go on about it. I therefore thought it was about time that I compiled a list of my favourites.
Find out why I am seriously considering abandoning the code editor I have been using for over a decade in favour of Coda for the mac.
So this holiday season (previously known as Christmas), what gifts would you recommend others buy for the geek in their life? Here are my top 10…
I have never managed to find a tool I like for creating site hierarchies and getting them signed off. However, recently I found something that is definitely getting there.
A get a steady trickle of emails asking about the application of ‘web 2.0.’ How do the cool things we see on the trendy new generation of sites apply to the everyday web projects we are involved with?
For me that is the key. Whether I am reading a work book, a novel or a christian book, I always look for something that will inspire and spark my imagination..
I have just finished reading “Getting Things Done” by David Allen. Not only has it seriously helped me to get control of my workload but its also made me rethink how I approach web design projects.
First, let me apologise for the lack of posts recently. However, I do have a couple of good books for you to check out and a post on the IE blog that almost brought tears to my eyes.