Did you know that if your wireless mouse runs out of AA batteries, you can just crack open a pack of smaller AAAs, then use tin foil to bridge the gap between the undersized batteries and the connectors? MOUSE RESURRECTION!
Nowadays, inspired creativity usually lands on our laps. Whether we get our news from the people we follow, curated content or maybe - like me - still enjoy a good old bookmarking app, like Feedly, grandpa. Other times, we seek
What is graphic design's current obsession with the dullification of everything? With the release yesterday of Instagram's new brand identity redesign which aligns all their products: Boomerang, Hyperlapse and Layout, I'm hoping this is the straw that breaks the donkey's
Why Apple are always one step ahead. There’s a banner on the iTunes Store promo carousel right now which demonstrates how Apple are still so far in front of their competitors that they’ve stopped in the shade to eat a delicious,
I was recently gifted one of my many must-reads-but-somehow-never have-dones: Robert Persig's seminal Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. This chunk of 70s popular philosophy is such a cornerstone of modern culture I probably don't need to tell you
The introduction of 300 new emoji to Apple's iOS 8.3 may well be an exciting addition to iPhones but until yesterday, I hadn't realised the farther reaching implications of this seemingly group hug expansion of our online lexicon until I
Instagram is my favourite social network. There. I said it. After initially giving it short shrift (from years of shooting on film I HAY-HAY-HATED retro-filters) I caved, accepted then embraced the 'nice network' after Twitter became Troller and Facebook became,