First impressions are important. So, it comes with App design that the launch screen the user will see first becomes your first impression (or second if you count the App’s icon) over and over again every time the user launches your app.
TextExpander Touch was released August 25th, 2009. Along with it, came an SDK to allow other iPhone apps to integrate it’s expanding feature. For users of TextExpander Touch, having this feature can be quite handy. There are quite a few apps like Tweetie 2 that feature TextExpander integration.
Fonts on the web has always been a bit of a problem child. Quite possibility one of the biggest differences between Print and Web design is the control a designer has over the fonts that can be used. Particularly, there is a small set of fonts that are considered Web Safe. Web Safe means that these fonts are likely to be present on a wide range of computers. Font Tester has a nice list here of these fonts.
Actually, that’s not true. Not all photographer websites are bad. But a very large majority of them are. And I’m not the only one who thinks so. Professional photographer, Scott Borne, recently wrote Five Reasons Why Photographers Should Build A Blog Rather Than A Website.