I just added a new Film Making page under the 'freebies' tab above. They are typical of the kinds of resources that I produce for all of my classes and workshops. Mobile Journalism (#MoJo) is at the forefront of democratised media and content production. And with video consumption going through the roof and consumer mobile devices … Continue reading New #Filmmaking Freebies!!
My wife is currently studying on the Design for Services Masters programme at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (Dundee University). Along with two colleagues from the course she has been working on a submission for the Young Innovators Challenge (YIC) - entitled Wellderly. "The Young Innovators Challenge returns with a new focus … Continue reading Wellderly – collaborative participation
A new infographic inspired by a variety of slow PCs I've had to use over the last few years. This is not scientific research! It's an easy hit and a bad pun (partly borrowed from Adam and Joe)... so, Windows users, please do not take it personally ;) #ThatIsAll
Just in case you haven't found anything useful to do with your iPhone and you're looking to give it a new lease of life then you might find this little gizmo interesting. [UPDATE] Please read this review by all means but it has been superseded by a review of the latest Joby products! While this … Continue reading Joby iPhone GorillaPod
Hey, it's another blog post... I'll pass thanks! No, but wait... this one has a video... maybe I'll stick around..! We're all a little bit impatient when it comes to finding the information we're after - any yet how often have you 'happily/accidentally' lost an afternoon on YouTube? Just me? I doubt it! So, without question, … Continue reading Show and Tell – Add Value with Video
My last post illustrated how you can use an iPhone or iPad to make simple animations. iMotionHD is the App that I've used for these kinds of projects and workshops. It's amazingly intuitive, powerful frame editing and great options for sharing your completed movie. This morning my little boy needed to make a card for … Continue reading Take Your Time
Designers using Post-its is nothing new. It's actually a bit of a cliché. Some would say passé. Presumable those people would be French. Or a tad pretentious. However, I digress. I have, in fact, this past week, been having 'fun' with Post-its. This is what it's all about... What do you think - Extreme Cubism … Continue reading Post-it Motion
Just over a year ago I wrote about a concert I'd attended in Glasgow. You'll find links to the original posts at the foot of this post but for the purpose of this blog I'll summarise the key points... On 20 July 2011 I saw Iron Maiden perform at the Scottish Exhibition and Convention Centre … Continue reading Is ‘anyone’ watching..?