This oh-so-subtle menu in Apple Mail can foul up your best intentions when sending large images. Here’s how to avoid trouble and send the right size images!
Creating a staging or development version of your new website is good practice, but its benefits are tricky to achieve if you’re using WordPress.com. Fortunately, there are some clever solutions.
The solution to my too-sharp iMac edge was right under my (clown) nose.
There’s been lots of obvious changes, tweaks and improvements to iOS with iOS11: the spiffy new Control Centre, Do Not Disturb while driving, a timer that includes seconds… (yes, that’s right!) but some subtle improvements have been more of a nice surprise, only popping up in their very specific context. One of these was the […]
With dynamic new features built right into the process, iOS11 now provides mature and robust ways to get and share the perfect screenshot.
Use this handy Photoshop file to create a cover image for your Facebook group that displays perfectly on desktop and mobile devices. Up to date for Facebook’s 2017 layout changes!
Apple removed a great and useful feature from the Music app with iOS 10. But the same feature can be found in another of their apps – Podcasts. Why?
A rare but telling example of lack of planning leading to a UI disaster – and a band-aid signage “solution” – at Vancouver’s Oakridge Mall.
I did a double-take when I saw a billboard that really demonstrated the pitfalls of stock photography. Here, I write about how to keep your message – and your images – unique.
How I gave up on parent themes and frameworks, and learned to love coding WordPress the hard way.