~ 09 October 2007 ~
Paul Boag and I discuss Mobile Web Design on Boagworld, show 96.
Photoshop killer? I doubt it. But an affordable app that seems to have plenty of potential.
New pixel font by Dan Cederholm for Windows and Mac, based on his Chameleon Original icons.
As an aficionado of both WWII aircraft and good design, it’s hard not to be enamored by this site.
The good folk at Opera Software are giving away a free chapter from Mobile Web Design on XHTML and CSS development, as it pertains to mobile. Go have yourself a copy.
New styles available from the unstoppable creative minds at Oddica.
I’m probably terribly behind the pack, but this is the first I’ve heard of The Octonauts (books). Love the illustration style. Speaking of books, two recent acquisitions Suzanne and I both recommend for reading to the little ones: Not a Box by Antoinette Portis and Art by Patrick McDonnell.
Lulu, publisher for the print version of Mobile Web Design, has announced a new service that “will turn your words into an iPhone or Sony Reader-friendly file that’s ready for download.” How exactly they plan to pull this off isn’t clear.
Another difficult one to avoid being enamored by.
Photos by co-worker Aaron Barker, just outside our offices (literally) as the AST Dew Tour graced Salt Lake City. This is flat-out insane, but ironically also incredibly inspiring. Honey, do we need a bike this Christmas?
Stock photography, type, and killer tees. Genuinely recommended by Authentic Boredom.
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