I used to use a Wacom tablet for creative apps on my Mac and it was great. The pressure sensitivity their stylus provides together with the controls customization is why Wacom is a creative industry stalwart. However…step forward the iPad Pro. Now I have a glass interface coupled with just the Apple Pencil that
Check out this detail rich article from Frederico Vittici. His articles helped me make the change and his reviews continue to provide me with ideas on how to improve my workflow.
Frederico Viticci at MacStories on how to make your iPad work harder…Workflow enhances iPad capabilities
My previous post was a summary of what I had tried to resolve the issue with my Thunderbolt screen – the display is suspended in hibernation mode and will not wake… I was successful eventually when using these strategies which is why I posted the information. HOWEVER – it’s failed again and my own advice is not
The downside of running multiple computers can be how to operate them efficiently simultaneously. I personally use a 27″ iMac as my “brute” machine (12GB RAM, 1TB HDD), using it to drive photography archiving, video formatting and back ups of application libraries such as Mail folders and Evernote. Alongside I have a 13″ MacBook
Home Server There are four of us in my family and as I have followed the long (and expensive!) road to Apple Mecca, my wife and kids have benefitted, inheriting the hardware that is no longer “front line” in my professional life. All this is great until you have collected so much over the years
Apple have invested in technologies for us to use touch and gestures to control the various devices we have both in the OS and iOS worlds. I subscribe to them all, using an Apple Magic Trackpad with my iMac and the in-built touchpad in the MacBooks. I recommend them both as intuitive ways to navigate your
As a professional architect and a self confessed Apple geek, I have developed a number of workflows and systems to make best use of my plethora of hardware and apps and to increase my productivity. I am my family’s “go to” for all things computer related both hardware and software and as a result I