Archive for the category "iPhone"

Is the iPad for creating or consuming?

As an avid Apple follower and a web designer I’m interested to know. I saw Apple demo an iPad version of iWorks, but will this thing work for real-world productivity? If it’s just for consuming, then it’s all set up … Read more »

@media 2009

I volunteered for this year’s conference so I was there from 6am packing bags then later answering questions and just generally helping out where needed. I did manage to attend a few sessions so what follows is a brief review … Read more »

Homage to the Nokia n95

The phone isn't perfect and there's lots of other software I haven't mentioned, but I thought I should acknowledge this phone's 15 months service to me before I upgrade. Read more »

New Year Gesture

Iain recently reminded me of a website I think I’d seen before, but not recorded: It’s an experiment in not clicking. The website is built in Flash and, after an introduction, actually chastises the user in the event … Read more »

My first look at Android

What’s the point of the web if you can’t receive and send information as and when you want it? Google seems to know this and so, for those that haven’t heard, they’ve released the SDK for their mobile platform Android.… Read more »

Leopard Accessibility Lowdown

Today Roger Johansson highlighted the new accessibility features in Mac Leopard, released last Friday. A quick search on Google brought up a webcast entitled “Mac OS X Leopard Accessibility Update” arranged by MacLearning featuring Mike Shebanek, Senior … Read more »

Apple iPod Touch

Yes I was busy today. But at 6pm (BST) I downed tools and watched blogs covering the Apple Special Event introducing the new Shuffle, Nano, iPod Classic and new iPod Touch (that last one is an … Read more »

Browser support for CSS3 and mobile Microformats

CSS Beauty spotted a comparison of CSS3 support in browsers based on webkit. Importantly, it shows that Safari on the iPhone is not the same as the PC and Mac versions. Speaking of new support, check out the Opera Mini … Read more »

BumpTop & Surface

Anand Agarawala presents BumpTop, similar in interface methaphor to Microsoft’s recently annouced Surface. However the user interaction method means that BumpTop simply extends many of the conventions found in current computer interfaces. Surface is moving more towards a … Read more »

Back to blogging…

We’ll see how this blogging carrys on, I really need to keep it up or else links gets lost and I forget my references, anyway, I caught this and really needed to record it…From Cameron Moll’s SXSW blogpost, check … Read more »

iPhone, iWant one…

Lots of people are posting about the Apple iPhone, quite right really, it’s damn good. The only thing that could potentially frustrate me about it is the apparent lack of T9 text input that I’ve used on all my … Read more »