Some of my notes from #mobiconsk conference.Continue reading “MobiCon — Mobile Conference [notes, mixed language: EN, SK]”
Months ago, mostly by accident, I started to design responsive websites within 160 px columns. I came to this idea because:
- responsive design is a must
- mobile-first is great as a design mindset
- narrows scope and boosts effectivity
- I needed to overcome fixed page size
If you remember CS4, it lacks support for flexible page size. By using multipage feature, you can have various page width within inDesign CS4.
Since than I realized, that’s it’s probably even more, than a pretty column size.Continue reading “160 Pixels: Unified Column Width for Designing Responsive Layouts”
Just as I’m writing this post, my disk is shrinking once again. Last time it was because of me installing Lion1. First I wanted to use Virtual Box to run it within a virtual machine. After I tried several option to boot install I finally gave it up. My last hope to install Lion was by load (restore) contents of the DMG hidden in the OS X Install app downloaded from Apple Store into a real partition and install.
I was successfull with Lion. This time I’ll keep journal and I try to install Yosemite.Continue reading “Installing Yosemite (or any other) OS X as secondary OS”
Taking photos is more about passion than technology, more about art than technique. Photo composition is really important aspect for every photographer and is vital for getting the best results.
Still when technology stays in your way, it’s sad. because all of this could have been easily overcome.Continue reading “The new redesigned Camera App for iOS 7”
It is a sad know fact.
I have a client, passionate about his Air. But it has this little glitch, it’s SSD runs out of space very quickly. It was possible to free some space more than twice, only on the third round to find out there is nothing to free anymore.
Fast forward today.
There is this tiny app from Omni Group called Omni Disk Sweeper. This little fellow can calculate sizes for all of your directories. And when run with administrator rights (using
sudo before app’s name from Terminal) it can calculate size of any directory otherwise hidden from your sight.
Happy cleaning my #apple friends.