Pixelmator For iPad Is A Powerful Image Editor On The Go

iPad: Pixelmator is our favourite image editor on Mac, and now it’s available on the iPad with a lot of different editing features. The interface is easy to use, even if you’ve never really messed around with image editors before.


Weekly Wallpaper: Play With Digital Paper With These Android 5.0 Wallpapers

Google officially announced Android 5.0 last week and along with it came a new developer preview. Included in that preview are a slew of pretty new wallpapers for your phone-decorating pleasure.


Reposition A Photo's Subject In Photoshop

A poorly positioned subject can ruin a great photo. MacLife walks us through a few tools that can change the position of a subject.


Learn The Basics Of Photography With This Interactive Chart

Even the best camera is only as good as the photographer’s skills. The “Where to Start” interactive chart guides beginners to learn about the basics of photography.


The Zune Home Screen

Let’s be honest. While it was a bit late to the multimedia party, the Zune product family was doing the minimalist, authentically digital thing before it was cool. If you fancy a bit of nostalgia for those days, this Zune-inspired home screen (dubbed Xune) is for you.


The Highway HUD Desktop

Reader Amitabh loves his highway desktops, and even though he recently shared the Road to Redemption desktop with us, we love this Linux desktop too — the position of the stats looks like a real HUD, one that’s easily ignored when it’s time to work.


Weekly Wallpaper: Celebrate Android L With These Lollipop Wallpapers

Well, it’s official: The “L” in Android L stands for “lollipop”, and the latest version of Android should be headed to Nexus devices in a matter of weeks. Until then, satisfy your sweet tooth with these lollipop wallpapers for your desktop.


I'm Susan Kare, Graphic Designer, And This Is How I Work

Susan Kare has led a diverse career as a graphic designer, but her reputation is preceded by an early milestone: she designed the indelible icons and fonts for the original Apple Macintosh. Her evocative, lucid and witty designs set a standard for the graphical user interfaces that followed.


MultiCam Shoots Photos Now And Sets Focus Or Exposure Later

iOS 8: You normally take photos on your iPhone by tapping the screen to focus, checking the light in your preview and tapping the screen. MultiCam changes it up by letting you shoot first, and worry about focus and light later.


Spot A Touched-Up Photo By Looking At The Light

Recognising edited photos isn’t always easy, but one surefire way to tell is to look at the light sources and the direction that they’re coming from. Here’s how to tell.