Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.

Pablo Picasso

Adobe unveils Project Comet.

Posted on October 6, 2015 in Design

Even though I’ve been moving away from Adobe’s products, there are still a few things that make Photoshop a much needed tool. At least for me, for my daily tasks. Sketch is by far my most used app for 2015. It’s extremely lighter than Photoshop and allows me to apply super fast iterations on virtually anything! I had a feeling that Adobe wouldn’t sit around waiting for long before they realise that their competitors are catching up, but their first attempt with Design Space (a technology preview introduced with Adobe Photoshop CC 2015) was useless!

Refresh v16 (plus freebie)

Posted on September 21, 2015 in Design, Freebies

It’s been roughly two years since I’ve updated my blog’s theme and to be honest, I’ve been itching to change it for months! This blog has always been my digital playground. A domain that I’ve always turned to for experimentation. For the past couple of years I believe I’ve learned quite a lot. The least I could do was turn all that knowledge into a decent WordPress theme and move to version 16. Yes, I do keep a record.

Portable, solar-powered ecocapsule.

Posted on May 28, 2015 in Design, Home

Even though I prefer large spaces with minimal interior design, the idea of a self sustainable home (or maybe room in this case) is a dream. So while I’m dreaming: I would love one of these Ecocapsules parked somewhere in a beach or a river…

I’m pretty sure the price will destroy my dream though!

Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose.

Charles Eames

The future of Adobe creative applications on Microsoft devices.

Posted on October 13, 2014 in Design

So this is the future of creative applications Adobe is envisioning… WOW! I don’t know how far are we from getting our hands on the above, but I am blown away. Of course, the video is all about Microsoft devices, but I’m guessing the real surprise would be what they’ll do with iPads and iPhones.

A user interface is like a joke. If you have to explain it, it’s not that good.

Startup Vitamins

True Story: Online booking UX

Posted on July 2, 2014 in Design

I’m still laughing with the way Michael McIntyre describes some common problems that most websites have, but jokes aside he is so right damn right! Usability is the key to every website, whether it’s a personal blog or a shopping giant.