Los Angeles Interactive Strategy Consultant
You may have noticed in the Avengers, there’s a great scene where Tony Stark shares a file from his computer to Dr. Banner’s terminal, simply by flicking it fron his screen to the next.
This idea isn’t new, but certainly likely to be seen soon.
If so, what technology do you think would make this happen, across all types of devices?
Over at the Adobe blog, Martha Stewart’s Living Magazine is in the spotlight.Although it’s a little tony for my tastes, it’s interesting to see how her team is integrating developing content and attracting advertisers for the digital realm. For example, video advertisements can now live within the monthly digital publication.
Lately I’ve been doing some UI work for a Swiss German client new iPhone and iPad app, where all of these new principles apply.
Many of you know I also co-own a events company in Los Angeles called New Noir. In it I’ve made most of the artwork myself. Each event has it’s own theme and nuances that must be conveyed through a strong first impression via our artwork. Our business is still very new, and we’re planning new events right now for mid and late 2011. Enjoy.
Anyone who knows me well has heard of my affinity for the iPhone and iPad touchscreen. Imagine whole bands using the interface as a onstage tool during live performances.
Aside from the drummer being a little off on the beat, this is a wonderful find.
It’s always fun to see your handiwork on other websites — in this case IHeartComix recently sent a newsletter praising my client Rebecca Turbow and her new clothing line. We built her shopping cart last year actually, all in Magento, and for the moment it’s getting rebooted as we speak. Expect to see her new website for Safe Clothes this quarter.