For the past 8 years we've struggled with what to do when we had a product idea that wasn't related to a client. In the beginning, we'd simply let these ideas go and forge ahead with our client service work.
Updated: Get the Retina version here. Now in its fourth iteration, this version of the template has been completely redesigned from the ground up.
The updated platform uses a higher resolution screen (960x640 as compared to 480x320). This additional resolution also means that any graphic elements need to be designed twice.
It's really nothing that new. Companies like FedEx have been connecting physical things to the web for years.
Now that Apple has officially released the iPad we want to start designing for it. While Apple's interface builder is great, it doesn't really allow us to create custom UI elements on the fly.
We wanted to take this opportunity to give everyone an update on Element. What started out as a simple Photoshop mockup has become somewhat of a thorn in our side and an obvious point of frustration for those waiting on it.
It seems the screens we shared of an alternative home screen for the iPhone created some buzz. We had no intention of taking it any further than a blog post but we figured this was something worth seeing through.
The anticipation of a site launch can be somewhat nerve-racking. We take our clients from strategy through to front-end code.The process takes months to work through.
I'd have loved for this post to be the introduction of our latest iPhone application. An application that introduces a new -default- optional home screen.
Yesterday Jon visited the BNN studios to chat about the Palm Pre. For those not in the know, it launches today.
We're really excited to announce that we'll be working with Virgin Mobile on their digital properties and initiatives. There was just such a great fit between us.
The @font-face rule allows authors to specify online fonts to display text on their pages. In other words, you'll be able to use fonts outside the usual Arial, Verdana, Georgia and the like, even if the end user doesn't have them resident.