March 15, 2010
Photoshop: The first demo to Adobe (re-created)
What exactly did John Knoll do while pitching Photoshop (then a project he was doing with his brother Thomas) to Adobe back in 1989? In this video he shows that original demo.
(rt) Illustration: Danger, Dismemberment, & Adobe Tips
- Adobe tips & info:
- International Icons:
- The NY Times hosts an interesting short video covering Olympic Pictograms Through the Ages. (Sometimes the “Genius!/Garbage!” tenor of critiques like this strikes me as a little excessive. I did like our two-year-old son’s observation on the classic pictographic idiom: “Head popping off.”) [Via]
- Speaking of pictograms + Finn, he and I found this gruesome, functional graphic design yesterday while traipsing around a piece of unattended heavy machinery.
- No Exit: On Slate Julie Turner offers a nice overview of the battle of the green running man vs. the red EXIT sign. [Via]
- “What is HTML5 good for?” Funny, coarse, and concise. [Via]