Show and Tell – Add Value with Video

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

Take Your Time

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

Post-it Motion

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

The the impotence of proof reading

I don't know about any of you Graphic Designers out there but the greatest challenge I ever face with a print job is getting the client to take responsibility for the proof reading - not that they don't want to do it, just that they don't know how! The number of times they've glanced across … Continue reading The the impotence of proof reading

For your iConsideration

I've been delivering workshops over the last few months on capturing and editing digital content on mobile devices. Digital video and photography is nothing new of course, but, in recent years, colour correcting and editing content on the same device has become more than just a domestic option... many devices available to purchase on a … Continue reading For your iConsideration

Don’t wait for Billy to say “Yes!”

Came across this video being shared on Twitter earlier tonight... at which point it had about 58,000+ views and now an hour or so later it's over 60,000! Billy Joel holding court at a Q & A in Nashville and a student named Michael Pollack there has the guts to ask if he can play … Continue reading Don’t wait for Billy to say “Yes!”