The main idea for this app is simple. Get your ideas on paper. It’s the best tool to sort out the concept you have in your head and make it a visual reality. The key to its success is that it has a staggeringly simple UI/interface and an extremely accurate replication of the effects of a calligraphy pen, pencil, heavy marker, fine-tip marker, and watercolor brush on a real paper surface. The developers have even gone so far as to mimic how colors mix once applied to the page. For example, if you were to paint a spot with yellow, then paint over that same spot with blue, you would see green where those two spots overlapped. Impressed? I certainly was.
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“That pale blue dot? That’s us. On it, everyone one you love, everyone you know, anyone you ever heard of” – Carl Sagan. This is our planet, our “pale blue dot”, but what’s around it? How do we find out? Support the pursuit of knowledge. Step into the beyond, the unknown. Look up at the sky in wonder not fear. The beauty of this universe is vast.
In this horrific economy, everyone needs to step-up their game when it comes to presentations. Whether its keeping the job you have or searching for a new one, presentations can either make you seem professional and on the ball or unprepared and nervous. Obviously the content of the presentation is important as well, but as a presenter, you are essentially trying to “sell” the idea you are presenting to your audience. You need to stick in their mind, and set yourself apart from everyone else who has presented to them. One way I’ve found to do that, is by using an iPad. The iPad, as a media, will work best for you if you’re presenting to 5 people or less.