Tag: OS X

Guide for Code Terminology and Capability

What code should I learn is a popular infographic that gives newbie developers a visual guide to choosing a new language to learn. We believe it also comes in handy for web designers who are sometimes less knowledgeable of the multitude of code languages, terminology and in-depth capability of certain languages. For web designers, it…

Free Asana Mac OS X Application named threedots

As far as team & task management goes, Asana is one of the greats. Most people at least know about Asana or have used it in a professional environment. Now there’s a great free Mac application named threedots that connects right into Asana. It’s meant to be native Asana on your Mac desktop. The application…

Free Measurement Plugin for Sketch Designers

The ongoing group of free Sketch plugins just got another member with Sketch Measure. The plugin already has over 2,000 stars on GitHub with dozens of separate forks. Photoshop users don’t have as much of a luxury regarding free plugins, but PS has also been through two decades of iterations to implement features natively. The…

Mattericon drag-n-drop Material icons into Sketch

Sketch has so many components that it’s practically surpassing Photoshop’s 25-year run as graphics editor. The Sketch App fanbase is creative and passionate about extensions and apps that connect right into Sketch for an easier workflow. One such extension is Mattericon, an open source OS X application with drag-and-drop functionality. Mattericon lets you drag Material…

Illustrated History of Mac OS X Versions

Apple fans who can remember the early days will certainly love this illustrated look back over history. The Tower app for Git published a new blog post covering an illustrated history of the Mac OS X operating system. You can view the post here and scroll to see each illustration. It’s a single-page design starting…

NSScotland 2015 returns for Cocoa Devs on October 24th-25th

A two-day Cocoa development conference named NSScotland returns again in October of 2015. This conference is aimed at people who write in Objective-C on top of Cocoa of OS X & iOS applications. The event will run from October 24th-25th as a weekend conference. This marks the fourth annual return of NSScotland since first launching…

Create your own Icon Fonts with Iconical for Mac

Icon designers are more than familiar with the process of converting vector art into PNGs or even SVGs for the web. But what about the process of creating an icon font? This is often much more convoluted and requires a little understanding of typeface construction. However a new Mac application named Iconical is making the…

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