Just a quick post to show off a flyer I’ve designed this afternoon for the musical sensations that are Lester Norton and Antonia “The Bee” Barrett-Norton.
Like CodePen? Use Ubuntu? Would you like to combine the two in a far more integrated way? Then read on!
As I have written about in an earlier post I quite like Codepen. In many ways I find it easier to code with than just Gedit. I can see the changes I make in real-time without flicking between my editor and my browser. All I felt it was missing was a bit of desktop integration.
For a while I’ve not been happy with the very basic theme I have on this blog. So last week I started work on a…
Anyone even remotely interested in Linux these days can’t really go more than a few days without reading something, somewhere about Ubuntu. It’s easily the most popular distribution of Linux out irrespective of how you calculate this. Be it from distrowatchs‘ rankings or just running a google search for Linux and seeing how many results pertain to Ubuntu (usually most of them).
Currently the chatter surrounding Ubuntu is obviously focused on its next upcoming release 10.04 Lucid Lynx. However, most blog posts and news articles are all talking about the new artwork rather than any technological advances. Discussion (as ever with Ubuntu users and critics alike) seems to focus almost solely on colour. Yes that’s right. I said colour. This release will bring about quite a few changes in not only the colour scheme of the default desktop, it’s wallpaper and themes but also the ubuntu website, online shop, documentation cd covers (just mockups currently) and more besides. Which is nice. But how important is it?
Please bear with me, I’d hoped the transition between my old host and my new one would be smoother than this but due to unforeseen…
I’ve recently (just now in fact) been made aware of an adobe Photoshop plugin for wordpress theme creation straight from a psd design.
Looking through the Divine Project website and reading more about it seems to uncover a few pertinant points.
The site itself answers my initial question in its F.A.Q
What is Divine plug-in?
Divine is the program developed for those who know a bit about Photoshop and sites creation but donâ€™t want to waste their time making up a valid website on basis of popular CMS manually. Using this program you are able to easily make up a professional website and upload it promptly to the server through the embedded FTP-client.
Waste time making a valid website? Are they insinuating that valid code is unimportant? Can’t say I agree with that if that is what they mean. The plugin goes so far as to manage the entire themes’ upload and management as well.
Surprise surprise I’ve been tinkering with the layout again, what do you think?
Today I was inspired to draw. Well, strictly tonight, technically this morning… Anyway. I quite accidentally found this Twitter style tutorial and decided I wanted…