The movie itself looks good, but Michael Fassbender just doesn’t fit. I don’t care how good he is as an actor, he doesn’t look anything like Steve Jobs. And that would be ok were it not for the fact that Jobs only passed away a few years ago. He’s too fresh in our mind.
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When comparing Evernote and Microsoft OneNote, I must admit that OneNote is infinitely more feature-rich and usable. The only advantage I can find for Evernote is the integration with so many other apps and services.
In fact, I prefer writing in OneNote to MS Word (2011). I hope the newer version of Word is closer in design to OneNote. The interface is so clean and easy to use in OneNote. It just makes sense. It’s the complete opposite of MS Office apps.
Do you use any note-taking apps like Evernote, OneNote, SimpleNote, etc.?
“A logo is a flag, a signature, an escutcheon, a street sign. A logo does not sell (directly), it identifies. A logo is rarely a description of a business. A logo derives meaning from the quality of the thing it symbolizes, not the other way around. A logo is less important that the product it signifies; what it represents is more important than what it looks like.”
Now that the U.S. government has brought peace to the world, fed all the hungry, employed all the jobless, fixed our education system, and overhauled our miserable healthcare; I think it's great that they're focusing on more important things like investigating Apple over $10 p/m music subscriptions.
Apple must have a lot of ping-pong balls in the government’s “who do we investigate next” lottery barrel.
One of my 9 Rules to Creating a Logo is to design it in black & white only. The reason for this is that you don’t want the client to focus on the colors in the early stages of the design. It’s more important to get the typography and the actual logo mark right before worrying about specific colors.
That being said, once the client approves the basic logo, it’s important to choose the right colors. Color needs to be appropriate for your product or service, but it also needs to stand-out from competitors. When you look at the logos of large companies, you begin to see a reason for the colors they chose.
WeLogoDesigners has published A Guide to Choosing the Right Colors For Your Brand that offers some advice and psychology behind choosing the right colors for your logo.