-“Are they felt tip?” -“What brand pens do you use?” I get asked these questions a lot. And I am always happy to answer them, though the answer depends on what I have with me at the moment, it being my Faber-Castell brush tips, my Pigma Micron Pens, my Stabilo’s or even just round tip Edding whiteboard markers. It’s the situation that calls for certain pens, but only because they feel ‘comfortable’ or suit the medium. Not because they make me draw better.
As a visual communications specialist, the only natural way to write a resume, seems to be drawing one instead.
Yesterday I was walking in knee-high grass full of all sorts of flowers waving softly in the wind. I decided to literally drop down at the spot and layed there looking at the sky, listening to the soft sounds around me…
Adobe has come out with three unique iPad apps to enrich the use of Photoshop with the unique features of the iPad touch. “Eazel; Adobe’s new iPad 5 finger paint app” verder lezen
We have a chance to change education and help our children prepare for their future; is what Mark Randall told us in his #TNW keynote. One of the many things that hasnt changed in over 30 years is the way we each to children who need teaching in a different way than classis methods of pure leftbrain linguistic linearity. Today I stumbled upon an article about dyslexia that posed the following;
Although I usually resolve in trusting my ideas, schemes, plans constructive thought trains or maps onto the real thing; paper, this app is one I’d think is worth sharing. “iDesk (lite); an iPad app worth mentioning” verder lezen
Last week The Next Web organized its yearly conference, where tech, innovation, and good vibes join for three days. I was asked to make visual notes of all the keynote speakers. This year all of my notes were shown on the big screen to recap, during the day. Did I say big screen? , the screen was ‘huge’ ! I enjoyed the enthusiasm of all of the speakers this year as well as the quality of the startups that presented itself this year.