18 May

Adobe Kuler app – essential!

I am going to start by saying this app is absolutely fantastic.

Also as a website, which most designers will be familiar with, this free app is an essential for experimenting with and choosing colour schemes. It selects colours from a photo you can either take or upload, and allows you to save these themes and share them (after signing in with your Adobe ID).

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I really find this a useful tool when designing, or simply to play around with for fun! It is interesting to see the colours translating directly from a photograph. I also like how you can search for photographs from Google or Flickr inside the app.

Have a go… only on iOS currently. Unfortunately Android users will have to wait. Or try something like the SwatchMatic app, and let me know how you find it.

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05 Nov

Draw by your finger shapes art: App review

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Mobile Plasma has released this app for drawing with your finger. It is a good idea, with a terrible execution. I created one image that looked… interesting and that was it. The app is very limited, and the advertising is ridiculous, bordering on the unbearable.

It has received an average of 3.4 stars on Google Play – which I think is rather generous really.

This isn’t one for artists. It keeps you amused for almost 10 seconds. A quick uninstall leaves me peacefully ad-free and all the happier for it.

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