New tools for web & mobile design

Web designers must be flexible. They need to adapt to mobile devices. With CSS3 and some nifty tools, it all becomes much easier and pleasurable. Here are six tweets linking to these tools or to stories that cover them.

Contour Design ShuttlePRO v2 with driver v3 on OS X

I know Contour Design for as long as I write about Mac products, which is well over two decades. I have always been fascinated by their ergonomic shuttle device, the ShuttlePRO. Over the years, Contour Design released a ShuttleXpress and the ShuttlePRO v2. With the introduction of the new driver (v3), I finally got the opportunity to review the ShuttlePRO v2. I was prepared for a device that I could use in NLEs and a few photo editors only, but I found that one of the reasons why the ShuttlePRO v2 (and ShuttleXpress too, for that matter) is such an interesting device is its impressive application support.

PopClip, a smart clipboard aide

I’m not a huge fan of applications that seemingly make your life easier. In many cases, they only take up memory space and make your life more miserable as a result of your Mac choking on them. But there are exceptions. PopClip is one of those.

Pacifist, file extraction and system forensics tool

When I reviewed Pacifist for the first time, now some five or six years ago, it was pretty much a one-trick app. No more. Pacifist is a must-have for extracting files from installers and zip files, as well as for system forensics/troubleshooting. In that area, Pacifist is just as indispensable as DiskWarrior.

Leap Motion to bring 3-D motion control to HP devices

Leap Motion, the company that is destined to change the future of the way humans interact with computers, announced a collaboration with HP to bring 3-D motion control to unique HP devices. The relationship will start with the Leap Motion Controller bundled with select HP products and evolve to unique HP devices embedded with Leap […]