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iPhone 4

apple-iphone-4 The iPhone 4. Simply amazing.        

Type Nuts

type_nuts.jpg Well, it's good to be back! I want to wish everyone a happy new year. To start off the new year we have a sweet site by John at I Love Typography called Type Nuts that features type-themed & type-inspired iPhone & desktop wallpapers. Some really nice stuff on there including a new wallpaper I designed for the site.        

FontShop Releases FontShuffle

fontshuffle1.jpg Today FontShop Berlin announced the release of FontShuffle, a type specimen catalog for your iPhone or iPod Touch. When I read this I jumped out of my chair. I've been waiting for an app like this since like forever dude! But after downloading it and playing around with it this morning, I'm a little disappointed. First I'll start off with some of the good things about this app and then I'll get into the stuff that makes this app fall flat on its face. The Good The FontShuffle catalogue is constantly updated since it pulls directly from the FontShop database of fonts. Unfortunately it's not their entire catalogue which would be really nice. When viewing a font you can access the glyph chart by rotating the iPhone to the horizontal position. From there you can swipe your finger to the left or right to view the glyph charts of the previous and next fonts. This previous and next feature is also available when viewing a fonts main screen. fontshuffle5.jpg You can dynamically display any text in any font by simply typing it in. FontShuffle accesses the server and spits out the new text that you've typed in. On the same screen there is a camera icon, press it and it will snap a photo of the current text (without any of the surrounding interface elements) and saves it to your photo album. Pretty neat feature. fontshuffle4.jpg The Bad You can only view 6 fonts at a time and they are selected at random. Not sure why it's limited like this. I'd prefer one long list of all the fonts in a category organized alphabetically so I can scroll through them. Currently, to list more fonts you have to either shake the phone or press the Shuffle button at the bottom. I really don't get the point of this. Seems like a gimmick to me. They should remove that and just list all the fonts. fontshuffle3.jpg Each font listed is displayed at a random size using the word "Hamburgefont" and the actual font name is underneath, set in very small type in a light gray that's hard to see. It would make more sense and be less confusing if the display word was the name of the font so that you can quickly scan the fonts. Also it would be great if you could define one type size for the entire list instead of setting each one in a random size. There is no value in comparing Helvetica 12pt to Folio 8pt. The size comparison should happen after you've selected a font and within a font family. Once you've selected a font and you're viewing the default "brown fox" text, there are no options to change the size, the leading or the kerning. You're stuck with the default size and the awful kerning. Would be great to get the same options when viewing the glyph charts. There is no global search to quickly find a font and test it. fontshuffle2.jpg The Ugly The overall feel of the app feels unfinished. The fonts aren't crisp, even in the glyph charts, the text in the buttons aren't centered and personally I can't stand when categories like Sans Serif, Serif, Script are actually set in those styles. To me it's ugly, cheesy and pointless at this level. I prefer them to be set in a default font and then when you get down to the individual font list, that's where you display the font style. Styling the word Script in a script font in rather insulting. As if we don't know the difference between a script and a serif font. I also wish they'd capitalize the categories so instead of "serif" it would read "Serif". Oh and the icon isn't so hot. Conclusion Overall, the app still feels like a beta and there are many elements that feel unfinished to me. With that said I'm still excited about this app and am looking forward to future releases. It's a good start and I applaud them but hopefully FontShop addresses these issues and makes FontShuffle a robust type specimen guide for the iPhone/iPod Touch platform.        

Sun Silo

sunsilo.jpg I used to be obsessed with photography, so much so that I was about to leave my career in graphic design to pursue a career in fashion photography. It didn't end up that way and I'm glad, but I still have a great love for it. I use to have a nice pro camera and would snap tons of photos a day, but now I have a basic point & shoot that I use for family pics and I haven't shot a nice photo in a while. Recently I've been messing around with the camera in my iPhone and in certain situations I've been somewhat impressed. For instance this shot I took today of the NYC skyline. The light was amazing and it was the perfect time of day where the sun was creating some amazing silhouettes. So I launched the camera app and snapped away and got some excellent results. The resolution of the camera isn't great at all but this photo is pretty much straight from the iPhone with some slight tweaking in Photoshop. You can see a couple of more photos from this series including a nice panoramic shot I stitched together in Photoshop. On a side note, a lot of photographers frown upon the use of Photoshop to enhance photos. I think that's a load of rubbish. I started shooting before the digital crazy and I love film but in the digital age, using Photoshop to adjust an image is the same as using a darkroom to adjust an image. Photoshop is the digital darkroom of today. Just how photographers keep the film soaking in the chemicals longer for different results, I adjust the levels, curves, color balance, saturation, etc. in Photoshop to achieve my results. In the end it's all the same but just using a different tool.        

The Time Has Finally Come

iphone3g.jpg I'm upgraded to this bad boy today. Last night I installed an unofficially version of the 2.0 software so I can play around with all the new apps and I must say this new phase of the iPhone is going to be revolutionary, not that the first phase wasn't. The third party applications and games are mind blowing. Nothing you've ever seen on a mobile device.        
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iPhone 3G

iphone3g.jpg Apple has just announced the iPhone 3G that will be available July 11th. The phone will support 3G (obviously), GPS mapping, enterprise support as well as some new cosmetic changes like a full black or white back and metal buttons. The price is pretty amazing as well, $199 for the 8GB and $299 for the 16GB. Also available around the same time will be version 2.0 of the iPhone software which includes the App Store that allows you to download third-party applications. I can't wait!        

iPhone Web Clip Icons

iPhone Web Clip Icons With the introduction of Web Clips in the iPhone 1.1.3 a new craze as been born for Web Clip icons. You can create custom icons for sites you own, sites in subdirectories and sites to which you have no server access to, like The New York Times. Very exciting indeed! Hopefully soon everyone will get on the bandwagon and create their own icons, but in the meantime I've gone ahead and created some for popular sites. I've created icons for Flickr, FFFFound, Media Temple, Bank of America, Fandango, IMDB and The New York Times. You can download a zip file which includes all of these icons. I've also set up an icon for AisleOne so when you create a Web Clip to this site, it will automatically use it. Here's a little tip if you want to create some on your own: The default size seems to be 57x57 but it was later discovered that a 60x60 image creates a much shaper icon.        

Miggidy Macworld

Miggidy Macworld For all you Apple fans out there, today is the big deal. What revolutionary, life altering gadget will Jobs release today? There's a ton of rumors floating around on what might be announced like the MacBook Air and iTunes Movie Rentals but personally, I'm hoping there's a lot of new iPhone announcements. Specifically new applications and an upgrade to the OS. Since the release, Apple hasn't added anything BIG to the iPhone and I think today is going to be the day. We'll see.        

Urban Signage

Urban Signage I snapped a pic today with my iPhone of this beautifully designed sign for an public park. Definitely has a modernistic look to it which I love and I wish I knew who did it. I'm going to look around to see if I find more. Can you name that typeface?        


Chudi All Things Psyco Here are 3 more wallpapers I designed over the last few days. You can download them from the Wallpapers section. I was going to make iPhone versions of these but a lot of the detail is lost when scaled down so I decided not to. If you really want one for your iPhone or iTouch just ask and I'll make it.        

Helvetica iPhone Wallpaper

Helvetica iPhone Wallpaper I created an iPhone version of the Helvetica wallpaper that I posted last week. You can grab it from the new Wallpaper section.