On Monday the 26th March, Adobe announced they are dropping the very popular Muse software that us designers use to build websites. Along with that they are ditching Business Catalyst – the website hosting side of the business.
Maybe this seems a bit melodramatic and an insignificant issue to many people, but for the hundreds of thousands of us who have invested time and money in learning, using and buying add-ons for Muse, we are devastated.
I’ve just proven to myself today – in my personal life, I am definitely one of the world’s biggest cynics. How does that happen? How does one start off in life believing in people and their stories, to getting to the point where you start to question everything and everyone?
As one gets older, you start to recognise that experiences can only happen if you decide to seize the moment and go for it. I don’t mean ridiculous, dangerous things, like jumping out of an aeroplane (that’s my idea of hell, but I’m sure it’s someone’s idea of exhilaration and excitement), I’m talking about seeing an opportunity and acting on it, right there and then.
Tips on logo design are in abundance. I’ve been designing logos for a few years now and I have to be honest, some of the early ones were not great, but as time goes on, I think I can safely say that I’m now on the right track according to this article. Click on the…
Over the past few weeks I’ve had the chance to attend two amazing events. Two equally talented individuals, who have been honing their craft for many years, sharing with the audience very special, personal moments.
There’s so much inspiration from so many clever, creative people in our world. Watch a few of these Ted Talk lectures – you never know, your next moment of creative genius may be fuelled by what you see and hear. Enjoy and smile! (I haven’t watched all 50, so can’t comment on the content entirely…