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Graphic Designers Holiday Wishlist 2017

This isn’t your average holiday wishlist. It’s that time of the year when we think about our fellow family, friends, colleagues, and designers. Show them how we appreciate them and go out and get them something meaningful, helpful, or flashy. It’s the one year anniversary for the blog and last year’s list divided gifts into price ranges. This year’s list will be divided by function. Take a minute, relax, and get ready to pick your favorites for this holiday season.  

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Making The Most of The Hardware

When smart devices entered the market they opened the capabilities of what we could do with a phone. When Apple introduced the App Store it completely revolutionizedwhat we were able to do with a smartphone. It allowed developers to create apps that utilized the new found power in each of our pockets. In order to be a remote worker you need to have the proper hardware, but it doesn’t stop there. Software is the key to harnessing the hardware to create something great. The following list is a collection of apps I think any remote worker or business owner should be without.

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The Future of iOS is Now

Two weeks ago Apple launched iOS 11 ahead of the iPhone 8 release. This is an exciting time for most iPhone and iPad owners because it is usually when we gets some new features and an updated look. Apple has been consistent with the design of iOS. They overhauled the look of iOS back with the release of iOS 7, and since then there have been incremental changes. This year is a little different.

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The Game Changer

Since the introduction of tablets and Palms back in the 90's the devices were touted as a way to help people with productivity. I remember having a palm pilot that I used religiously. Back then cell phones were just cell phones and most of the inputs on your digital device were through buttons or a stylus. In 2009 Apple’s Steve Jobs hosted an event to reveal the iPad.

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A Life Made Simple:

A month ago I created a list of my top ten dream items for the studio. One of the gadgets I was looking for was a simple Bluetooth headset. I wasn’t new to Bluetooth headsets myself owning both headsets and speakers in the past and they worked okay. They had issues connecting at times or it was a lengthy process if you wanted to pair it to a different device. I have known about the AirPods for a while, but not being a fan of Apple’s EarPods I wasn’t excited about an exact replica without the wires.

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