I'm a Christian, a designer, and a gadget fan who lives in Cheltenham, UK.

This is my blog, a creative outlet to mess around and play with as well as a place that logs my thoughts and inspirations.

Big Screens, Even Bigger Lessons & Learning to Make Tough Calls ›

This is a real­ly insight­ful look into the process behind mak­ing an iPad app from an estab­lished iPhone app. As a design­er I have some knowl­edge of design­ing for dif­fer­ent screen sizes, but the behav­iour of an app is very dif­fer­ent to the behav­iour of a web­site, albeit with some sim­i­lar­i­ties. Before I begin any future web design projects I’ll def­i­nite­ly be giv­ing this piece anoth­er read or two.

The Sweet Setups Best Bible App ›

The Sweet Set­up has spent some time look­ing for the best bible app on iOS. I’ve had a hot and cold rela­tion­ship with bible apps, some­times I find time incred­i­bly use­ful, oth­er times they seem cold and dis­con­nect­ing. I’m by no means an expert, but I’ve tried s num­ber of the apps on this list and could­n’t agree more with the con­clu­sion, in fact the two apps that I have installed on my iPhone and iPad are the top two from this article.

Ulysses 2.5 for iPad and, Now, iPhone Review ›

A glow­ing review which I could­n’t agree with more. Ever since I down­loaded it for my iPad I’ve been using the app, now it’s on my iPhone as well every­thing I write for this site goes through the app. Paired with the Mac app, it’s great for writ­ing ser­mons in as well.

Ulysses Mobile ›

I start­ed using Ulysses on my iPad just before Christ­mas. Just after Christ­mas I start­ed using it on my Mac because I liked it so much. Now I can use it on my iPhone thanks to today’s new release.

Introducing Day One 2 ›

I’ve been a Day One user over the last few years, hav­ing spells of using it more than others.the release of Day One 2 brings a slew of new fea­tures and a visu­al over­haul, I’ve already picked up the iOS ver­sion, but I’m debat­ing the need to pick up the Mac one.

Debut of OmniFocus 2 — Blog — The Omni Group ›

The new Fore­cast mode shows you a sum­ma­ry of your upcom­ing time-based com­mit­ments at a glance in the sidebar.

I use Omni­Fo­cus every­day, in fact I’ve used it every­day for the last 2 years. It’s an excel­lent way of track­ing all the bits you need to do, with the Fore­cast mode from the iPad and iPhone com­ing to the new Mac ver­sion I’m, rather geek­i­ly, excited!