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The Truth is in the iCloud

Posted by in Apple, Design on October 17, 2011

Cloud computing is not a new concept and has already been around for several years, made popular by services such as Dropbox and Sugar Sync. However these services still miss a trick in terms of their seamless integration with our hectic daily lives and the devices we use.

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iOS 4.3 Update

Posted by in Apple, Design, iPad on March 10, 2011

Apple announced iOS 4.3 today after many months of testing. Some of the changes are relatively minor however some new features have been added. Here’s a quick run down on some of the new features and updates:

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iPad 2 and iOS 4.3 announced

Posted by in Apple, iPad on March 2, 2011

Today at the Yerba Buena Center journalists gathered awaiting some big announcements from Apple. Many wondered who would take to the stage given Steve Jobs recent medical leave of absence. To the surprise of everyone, who takes to the stage first? None other than Steve Jobs himself! He launches straight into the main event after a few updates about iBooks and iPad apps numbering 65,000 in the app store.

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Apple iPad2 Event Announced. Rumour roundup

Posted by in Apple, iPad on February 23, 2011

After months of debate Apple finally announced they will be holding a media event on March 2nd (Wednesday next week) which will no doubt reveal the new iPad. Speculation as to what the new features of the device will be have been discussed at length over the last few months. Here is a round up of the rumours so far and how they may potentially affect your apps and designs:

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Web Design for the iPad: Part 3

Posted by in Apple, iPad, Tutorials, Web Design on February 7, 2011

In part 2 we looked at creating the basic design for a website specifically for the iPad. In the final part of this series of articles we will code a working example with elements which automatically reposition themselves depending on whether the device is in landscape or portrait and also a scrolling gallery of thumbnails at the bottom which responds to touch. All the files can be found in a zip file at the end of the post if you get stuck as there is an intermediate level of coding…read more

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Web Design for the iPad: Part 2

Posted by in Apple, Design, iPad, Tutorials on November 13, 2010

In the first part in this series of articles we talked about how the iPad has become a worldwide sensation in just a few months, bringing with it many new challenges for designers. In this part we’ll begin the process of designing the homepage of our iPad optimised website, using the Nike.com website from the first part as our example and given that the holiday season is nearly upon us we’ll be creating a snowboard website.

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Web Design for the iPad: Part 1

Posted by in Apple, Design, iPad, Web Design on November 6, 2010

In the last 6 months Apple has landed one of the quickest selling products in history. They have recently reported selling 3.27 million iPads across 10 countries during the last quarter which is quite an astounding number given that it’s been less than a year since it was avaliable for purchase. It is important to note therefore that a new market has arisen for designers to take hold of: websites specifically aimed at the iPad. In this post I have outlined the initial factors to consider before designing webiste optimised…read more

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Back to the Mac.

Posted by in Apple on October 20, 2010

Apple has just wrapped up the keynote for ‘Back to the Mac’, an event hosted by Steve Jobs and other senior Apple employees speaking about the future of Mac software and OS X.

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