Been engrossed since opening it after church. Fascinating.
Every year, for the last 10 years I’ve listened to this in the build up to Christmas. Normally on Radio 1 but I no longer listen to that station so I sought it out online. It’s not great quality but it is a great reading.
Lovely site and good bit of fun for all those young at heart Santa fans! Google have their bad points, but they do some fun things and they do them well.
Michael Schechter voicing exactly what I’ve been thinking lately. So much of what I do is broken down in to the mode I’m in at the moment rather than the device I’m using. Food for thought at a time when many are beginning to review what the last year has involved and how they can better equip themselves to accomplish what they want to or need to in the year ahead.
Fascinating look at the way Google are developing the design language for their iOS apps. I have to say I’ve been impressed recently, the new search app and the new maps app are now residents on the home screen of my iPhone 4. Of course it probably helps that they provide me with some features that Apple have held back from the iPhone 4, mainly Siri and turn by turn navigation.
I’m not quite sure why, but I really like the execution of this identity system. On it’s own the word mark is a bit awkward, but together with the other elements it seems to work. Somehow.
Let’s start with OmniFocus 2! For OmniFocus 2, we’re bringing back to the Mac all of the design and innovation that went into our iPad edition of OmniFocus: dedicated Forecast and Review modes, clearer navigation, and a fresh look and feel.
Woohoo! First public debut at 6pm on 31st January 2013. I use this app everyday, can’t wait for a cleaner interface.
Interesting look back at the last year for the Omni Group. What’s so mind blowing is the number of releases they’ve made as depicted on their timeline.
Just dip your toe in, you might like the insane rush of building stuff
For a long time I’ve wanted to do more work on the Internet, I’ve always considered myself able to design and build something but not had many opportunities to put that consideration in to practise. Now that I’m working for myself, I’m experiencing this first hand, my biggest job at the moment is redesigning and building a website. It’s not static and I’m finding more and more the experience is forcing me to grow and that rush of building something without hard coding it into the theme files is brilliant!