In my work, I often get the reputation of being “the computer guy” or a bit of a gadget nerd. The fact that I wear a watch I backed on Kickstarter and I’m usually working between at least two devices probably adds to that reputation, but I maintain that it’s a little
I’m sure if you surfed the web for ‘website creation/builders’, Google would spit back millions of hits and an endless supply of possibilities. Wix, however, popped up on my FaceBook feed a few days ago and I thought it would be worth sharing.
It looks to be a fairly straight forward process of
The year 2012 saw many schools purchasing iPads for use in their classrooms. The iPad has made made huge in-roads into education, and quickly developed a reputation as being a must-have device. The content available through the AppStore has appealed to teachers of all learning areas, and across all ages in the K-12 spectrum. The
Happy New Year! As the first post of the year, I’m going to capitalise on two things. The first is how fresh our memories of Christmas lunch or dinner are, and the second is the openness to forming resolutions characteristic of January.
The Adobe Creative Suite is by far the professional choice for all things digital-media-editing-print. In my experience for classroom use, we typically tap into no more than 5% of the capability of these programs, which sometimes can make it hard to justify spending the thousands of dollars on the entire Adobe suite. Granted, it’s worth