Interesting Tweets – Week 35

Don’t forget to take a look at last week’s interesting tweets.

Wacom Inkling

wacom inkling

Wacom takes sketching to a whole new level. Inkling allows you to sketch with a real ballpoint pen on any paper. While you are drawing, all strokes are recorded electronically which can then be imported as raster or vector artwork in to your preferred graphics applicationfor further editing. With just one button click you can record layers, for instance, to separate preparatory and final drawings. These layers are then retained after import.

The Semantic Grid System

Semantic Grid System

Veerle Pieters mentioned this fluid grid system. With the semantic grid system you can set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns and switch between pixels and percentages. All without any ugly .grid_x classes in your markup. Another advantage of the semantic grid system is that it’s responsive.

5 Times Smaller JPEGs

smaller JPEG

JPEGMini is a photo recompression technology, which significantly reduces the size of photographs without affecting their perceptual quality. The technology works in the domain of baseline JPEG, resulting in files that are fully compatible with any browser, photo software or device that support the standard JPEG format.

12 Paradoxes of Graphic Design

Design paradox

Adrian Shaughnessy shared some of the insights he gathered over the years as a designer. He called them ”The 12 paradoxes of graphic”. design”. Tobias Bergdahl was inspired by this and designed some graphics for them.

Sony Tablet S Website

Sony Tablet S

Innovative and inspiring website for the Sony Tablet S. Scroll down and be amazed!

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