Here is a fun tip for anyone who happened to receive a new iPhone as a gift over the holiday. We’ve written up a short tutorial on how you can build and add your own custom ringtones using GarageBand. GarageBand is a fun part of Apple’s iLife suite that sits untouched on most designer’s computers. […]

Our sister tech blog, Make Mac Work, covers the technical side of supporting larger Macintosh networks in corporate environments. This week, consultant Jordan Bojar collected some of his favorite free tools for Macintosh system administrators. The list includes a lot of fairly geeky tools that won’t appeal to most of my design-centric readers. But if […]

Need a last minute gift for that special creative pro? How about a new computer? Some assembly (and a good exacto knife) will be required. For this year’s holiday tip, your friendly left-brain team at Creativetechs has spent more time than we can justify tracking down templates for a wide variety of cut-out Macintosh computers. […]

This video clip comes from a recent workshop on building Interactive PDFs in Adobe InDesign CS4 and Acrobat Pro. This clip focuses on the new button palete in InDesign that makes rollovers and other interactive effects easy and quick.

A UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) provides 5-15 minutes of battery backup should your studio suffer a power outage. More importantly, a good UPS will correct common power problems and provide clean, sufficient, and consistent power for your Mac workstation. We’ve seen increasing anecdotal evidence that Apple’s new Mac Pros can be especially sensitive to power […]

A lot of people in my life have been asking questions about online marketing strategies lately. So, starting this week I’m going to start posting a new online marketing post each Friday. I’m not sure exactly where that is going to go, but this is certainly something I’m interested in. I’ve got lots of material […]

This is the fourth of a 4-part transcription of the video Making the Web Work for You. Featuring an extended conversation on blogging and social media with three influential leaders in the Photography community: David Nightingale (Chromasia), David Hobby (Strobist), and Seattle’s own Chase Jarvis (Chase Jarvis’ Blog).

This is the third of a 4-part transcription of the video Making the Web Work for You. Featuring an extended conversation on blogging and social media with three influential leaders in the Photography community: David Nightingale (Chromasia), David Hobby (Strobist), and Seattle’s own Chase Jarvis (Chase Jarvis’ Blog).

This is the second of a 4-part transcription of the video Making the Web Work for You. Featuring an extended conversation on blogging and social media with three influential leaders in the Photography community: David Nightingale (Chromasia), David Hobby (Strobist), and Seattle’s own Chase Jarvis (Chase Jarvis’ Blog).

This is the first of a 4-part transcription of the video Making the Web Work for You. Featuring an extended conversation on blogging and social media with three influential leaders in the Photography community: David Nightingale (Chromasia), David Hobby (Strobist), and Seattle’s own Chase Jarvis (Chase Jarvis’ Blog).

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