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New iPad Act - Stockholm with Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales - from MIPIM in Cannes v 3

New iPad Act - Stockholm with Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales - from MIPIM in Cannes v 3

25 Handsome iPad User Interface Designs The successor to the iPad 2 was unveiled on March 7, 2012 by Apple CEO Tim Cook. The new iPad sports the new dual core A5X processor with quad-core graphics, and a Retina Display with a resolution of 2,048 by 1,536 pixels. Currently the iPad has well over 50% market share in the tablet market. So if you were thinking of making an app, iOS should be your first choice. The Apple App Store has over 225,000+ iPad apps. If you are planning to knock somebody off and take their customers, your app needs to be stellar. Dj mixer app Kit Digital iPad app 76 Synthesizer Concept MINIMETEO for iPad Wine App for iPad Football iPad App Device Dashboard – iPad Inside Photo album Nowbox media player Calendar Screen High Flyers Swensh

17 Tools For Making Awesome Client Presentations Ask five designers how they handle client design presentations and you’ll get five different answers. Some like to do their presentations in person, accompanying their designs with printouts detailing specific highlights. Others prefer utilizing an online screen sharing experience and talking their clients through their design in real time. And then there are those who simply ship off the jpgs in an email outlining the design’s main points. No matter what your method is for revealing your design, it is important to use tools and resources that can make your presentation successful. Discover how to use the best web design tools on the market plus increase your income to $125+ per hour. Calls and Screen Sharing Join.me It’s simple, easy, and free. Skype Skype has over 600 million users, so chances are high that even your client will have an account that he/she can hop on to at any time. GotoMeeting GotoMeeting is a familiar business go-to for conference calls and screen shares.

iPhone & iPad Live 276: Apple education event, iBooks 2, and iTunes U Rene, Leanna, and Seth bring you live color, commentary, and analysis of Apple's New York education event, including iBooks 2, Textbooks, iBooks Author, and iTunes U. What does it mean for schools, for Apple, and for the future? This is iPhone & iPad Live! (Note: Show number has been incremented to reflect all previous iPhone Live and iPad Live podcasts -- since they merged like Devastator!) Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | VideoSubscribe via RSS: Audio | VideoDownload directly: Audio | VideoShow notes Hosts Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie)Leanna Lofte (@llofte)Seth Clifford (@sethclifford) Credits

The Story of Stuff bloomsapps Using Blooms Taxonomy in education is a highly effective way to scaffold learning for the students. With the recent popularity and pervasive nature of iOS devices in school districts it is essential for educators to understand how to implement Blooms in the classroom using the apps that are available. While this list is by no means fully comprehensive, it will assist educators in getting started when implementing iOS devices in the classroom. This site will change almost daily as it will be updated with new and exciting apps! If you find any that you have worked with in your classroom please email dmileham@e1b.org or tweet @bloomsapps or @dmileham75 with your suggestions. Two Links to some iTunesU courses relating to iOS Integration: 1 iPad by Erie 1 Boards of Cooperative Educational Services ( Movie Making\Digital Storytelling Camera to PDF Free - cool little app that turns your device into a scanner. LiveBinders: I would be remiss if I didn't post this.

Project ROME by Adobe Project ROME is an all-in-one content creation and publishing application that lets virtually anyone at work or home inject the power of graphics, photos, text, video, audio and animation into everyday projects. From printed materials and presentations to digital documents and websites, you can go from start to finish within the simple, creative Project ROME environment. Project ROME is a Software-as-a-Service offering, and works as both an Adobe AIR® desktop application and as a browser-based web application, leveraging the power of Adobe® AIR® and Adobe Flash Player® technology. Although Project ROME has been retired, it will remain free to the public on this blog. No additional Project ROME software updates are planned at this time. Help Topics Download Project ROME Getting Started Editing Media Objects Output Output channels

20 Creative iPad Apps For Web Developers And Designers Now that the iPad has been released, web developers and designers alike want to know which apps are worthy of their fingerprints. To help make the search a bit easier, I’ve compiled a collection of 20 creative iPad apps that should prove quite useful for web designers, graphic designers and anyone with a creative mind. We’ll take a look at applications that will help you get your sketch on, interact with your sites, check stats, brainstorm and even a game or two. Adobe Ideas Adobe Ideas is your digital sketchbook, letting you capture and explore ideas anywhere you go. It’s an ideal companion for the professional design applications from Adobe, including Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop software. Analytics HD The premier app for Google Analytics, Analytics App, now debuts on the iPad as Analytics HD. iThoughtsHD (mindmapping) iThoughtsHD is a mind mapping tool for the iPad. Freeform The Font Game Things for iPad Things is a beautifully focused and amazingly intuitive task manager. Gusto

Do It Myself Blog – Glenda Watson Hyatt » Steve Jobs, Thank You for Contributing to My indePendence With the rest of the technologically innovative world, I am saddened by the passing, today, of Steve Jobs due to pancreatic cancer. Damn cancer. I have written many posts on how the iPad changed my life in a relatively short time; on how the iPad gave me an affordable, acceptable and cool communication device and how that has further opened the world and opportunities to me. But one intended post I didn’t write – partly because I didn’t know how to express my sentiments and partly because I thought I still had time – was a thank you to Steve Jobs for his innovative vision and to the Apple Development Team for turning his vision into reality. Steve, your iPad gave me something that no other device has: a way to communicate with those who are not familiar with my unique accent Glenda-ish. And, I am not the only life you have changed with the iPad and other Apple devices. For this, I thank you, a little too late. You will be missed. (Please excuse any typos or other errors.

An Ex-Pixar Designer Creates Astounding Kids' Book On iPad | Co.Design E-books are already a fraught subject for many readers, writers, publishers and designers, but children's e-books are even more so. Is it rotting their minds? Is it as good as good ol' paper? Is it too interactive for their own good? Obviously there are no practical answers to such questions, but at least one children's e-book/app/thingie (what do we call these things, again?) Every page has some delightful, hidden feature embedded into it. Part of why the book works so well is its top-shelf creative pedigree: author William Joyce is also an accomplished illustrator and animator who's published New Yorker covers, won a bunch of Emmys, created character designs for some of Pixar's first animated classics, and worked on many others for Dreamworks and Disney. Designing interactive interfaces for kids is no mean feat, and the Moonbot team really made some great choices with "Morris Lessmore." [Buy "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr.

Tablet PC Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Tablet Review The Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Tablet doesn't stand on its own. But when paired with its matching keyboard dock, the Transformer morphs into a tablet that strikes an admirable balance between productivity and entertainment. At $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model (or $499 for the 32GB Wi-Fi model, prices as of May 6, 2011), the Transformer is the least expensive Android 3.0 tablet to date; and the smaller-capacity version bests Apple's iPad 2 by $100. None of this is to say that the Transformer's implementation is perfect. Transformer's Hardware: Design Wins and Flubs In its design, the Transformer shares some characteristics with other current tablets. Like many of today's tablets--the superslim Apple iPad 2 being the notable exception--the Transformer measures 0.5 inch tall. What I found most disappointing about the Transformer was its physical build. In other respects, the tablet's design is well executed. Running along the bottom edge of the Transformer is the 40-pin dock connector.

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