Popular Mac developer tool PaintCode 3 now supports Android & JavaScript

I know there are professionals reading who will really appreciate PaintCode 3. This is a new version of a design and development tool for Mac OS -- a vector drawing app that turns drawings into code, acting as a bridge between developers and graphic designers. This is serious stuff. December 6, 2016

Getty Images unveils the visual trends set to define 2017

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Getty Images has unveiled its visual trend forecast for 2017. The ground-breaking forecast sets out the macro and micro trends that will influence design, advertising and brand communications throughout 2017 and predicts the social and cultural visual language that consumers will be most responsive to in the years to come. December 2, 2016

Are you ready for a multi-platform Icon Creator?

Iconographer is Ohanaware's latest macOS application with the goal of helping App Developers (macOS, iOS & Windows), graphic designer and tinkerers, to create high quality and beautiful platform styled icons, from a product logo. Iconographer provides templates and styles for many icon applications, even art that won't be used as an icon! November 30, 2016

Professional Filmmakers can now automate color-correction with EPICOLOR Automatic Colorist

EPICOLOR makes professional footage look realistic and natural, just the way you would expect to see it. Colorists all over the world struggle with tedious manual corrections and very complicated tools to get this right. November 29, 2016

Vector based logo design app for Mac can help you streamline your design process

Logo Pop for Mac is a vector based logo design app with powerful new features and a large library of pre-designed logo templates and editable vector royalty free graphics. From concept to design to using your logo in print or online, Logo Pop is a quick way to get your rough ideas and layouts further along for client approval! November 28, 2016

Make cool stuff with these Creative maker projects -- educational inspiration

free coloring pagesAll ages benefit from making things ... these books will inspire, instruct and nurture the maker in all of us! Young folks particularly will benefit from these hands-on crafts projects from folding paper to carving wood. These are popularly priced, and offer hours and hours of creativity and crafts skills!

  • Action Whirligigs: 25 Easy-to-Do Projects
  • Airigami: Realistic Origami Aircraft
  • Make Your Own Paper Snowflakes
  • Paper Planes Origami Kit
November 28, 2016

Conversational infographics: Use any of over 3,000 icons in iOS messaging

This is not necessarily a graphic design tool, but surely with over 3,000 icons to communicate with you can do some creative brainstorming. This app for your iPhone gives you the power of infographics on the fly, using icons. November 18, 2016

Optical character recognition for MacOS Sierra

The client hands you a stack of printed material to digest in the next project. What do you do? The more work you can get done for you, the better you'll be, right? Typing is one chore that really hasn't been innovated. Now, OCRWizard 4.0, optical character recognition (OCR) and PDF document conversion application for macOS could relieve you of at least some of those chores. OCRWizard converts any PDF, scanned documents, or image files (including the picture of business card) into searchable PDF, Word, Pages, HTML, Excel, Keynote, and ePub, etc. on Mac. November 16, 2016

MovieMerge+ brings back intuitive video editing no longer available in iMovie

I don't know about you, but at one time iMovie was a quick and easy movie editing app where you could combine some video takes into meaningful video in just a few clicks. Well, Apple saw fit to keep making it more and more difficult to use -- hoping to push you to their Final Cut product -- and now it's about too frustrating to use. Well, now there's MovieMerge+ October 27, 2016

Working with lots of images? You'll need a light table with real features

Working with lots of images can sometimes have problems. You've tried the icon view, and various contact sheet methods. Both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements have their own built in image browsing utilities -- but nobody has come up with the light table functionality we enjoyed for decades in the professional world. October 26, 2016