Category Archives: Reviews

A Couple of Books You Should Read

Really, just because you haven’t heard of me, it doesn’t mean I’m floating around in some river. I swear. So don’t worry too much (though I appreciate it if you do). I’ve been up to my neck with stuff to do… and in need of some free time. But I’ve missed my blog for way […]

Drawing Tool Review: Painter SAI

I was browsing through my deviantArt follows and encountered a very good piece of artwork by a dear friend of mine, entirely black and white. I told him it made me envious to see how clean and neat his outlines came out, since I’m always so impatient with the Pen Tool in Photoshop and even […]

Book Review: Simple and Usable by Giles Colborne

What a great book! Simple and Usable by Giles Colborne is easy on the eyes, brief, straight-forward, and highly informative and relevant to your professional life. I can’t recommend it anymore than that, so I’ll get to the review. Giles Colborne explains not only why simplicity matters throughout his book, but also how it’s done […]

Fluid Web Typography by Jason Cranford

I have to admit I wasn’t the one to go if you wanted to take a decision that involved web typography, since I would just have told you to use Verdana. But I read a great book that I just have to talk about The book is Fluid Web Typography: A Guide by Jason Cranford […]

Get Mental Notes by Stephen Anderson

From my recent attendance to UIE Web App Masters Tour at Philly, I learned so much I was eager to hear more and practice a lot more than that. One of the presentations that marked me the most was Stephen Anderson’s talk on building Seductive Applications and his deck of cards called the Mental Notes. […]