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.
We still love pitching iPhone ideas but the Palm Pre offers us another way to present ideas that connect our clients with their customers. In light of this fact, we put together another PSD to help our designers pitch and develop polished concepts using a tool their pretty familiar with, Photoshop.
Along with Apple's official release of the new iPhone 3.0 software came a number of new graphic GUI elements. We've been holding off updating the Photoshop file until we could properly implement the additions.
Huge congratulations go out to Teehan+Lax's own Peter Nitsch and Greg Washington for taking home Best Canadian Developer and Best Canadian Designer at the recent FITC awards. We're honoured and privileged to work with such a huge collection of talent - these guys included.
Today's launch of Image Spark means a great deal to us. It's a product of our Labs initiatives, which lets employees take a break and focus on non-client projects -- be it for the sake of creativity or to simply learn something new.
A friend of ours, Daniel Burka, who also happens to be the Creative Director at "Digg"posted this video to his "twitter feed" today. I was blown away by it.
We've had quite a few people ask us when Image Spark is going to launch. While we can't nail down a specific date yet we are entering into the final stages of testing.
This year marked our fifth trip to CES. We don't go to display anything, nor set up any business meetings.
We just received our Android phone from the fine people at Google. We're running it SIM free for now since it's not commercially available and hope to do some dev work on it in 2009.