I really thought I had found the worst Powerpoint ever presented by a CEO that should know better. But Seth Godin has found a worthy contestant.
In November 2005 I promised not to mention Amazing Circles on my site until member number 1 000…. I broke my promise. Twice. I admit. Screenshot: The latest creations in the Flickr Amazing Circles group But now there are 1 002 members in the Amazing Circles Flickr group, and member number 1 000 is JJjunki [...]
Adam Betts has made a replacement icon for the new Photoshop CS3.
Easy and well-illustrated tutorial on how to make a rainbow in Photoshop. Notice that there are two pages, as the rainbow looks like crap after the first page. ;.)
You need Adobe After Effects and this cool tutorial from Creative Cow.
Remember when RSS got a new icon some time ago? Within weeks and months, everybody agreed to use the new icons from Feed Icons. I don’t know if this is old news, if anyone has suggested something like this before blah blah blah. But this is a very nice icon representing a podcast: I think [...]
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Apple just lowered the price for Shake to $499. So now you can have the high-end compositing program that was used to put together Lord Of The Rings for less than the price of Photoshop CS2. No excuse anymore…
I got tired of the old look, and installed the Fauna WordPress theme. I also have created a logo, and a new header. The logo is supposed to combine two things: A stylized sun – something you need on a brilliant day (and here’s why the site is called brilliantdays.com), and a stylized Ø – [...]
Go ahead, make a wish…
LinoType FontExplorer is out of beta. It’s a great product, it’s like iTunes for your fonts. And it’s free.
This wonderful picture is made in the Windows freeware Chaoscope by Ralph Abraham. Does anyone know if there is something similar for the Mac, or if it is possible to port it to OS X? See more pictures made with Chaoscope here and here.
Eric Mack wants a bigger display for mindmapping. I have some thoughts on this: I have been using displays of all sizes from 14″ to 30″ the last year. And there is one single rule that works: The bigger the better. I’m sure people will switch to much bigger displays in the years to come. [...]
Promax is a worldwide organization for people doing promotion and marketing in electronic and broadcast media. BDA is an association of broadcast and multimedia designers. Together, Promax BDA has over 4000 individuals or organizations as members. So I take it as a big honor that the latest newsletter use on of my so-called amazing circles [...]