Since Ramadan is here, I thought what better time to share my favorite religious applications. I’ve been using most of these for for a long time now. So, go ahead and give them a try.
This is a list of my top go-to’s when I’m looking for visual inspiration, fonts or color palettes. A few of my studio buddies found them handy when I suggested them. So I thought I’d start a list and update it every once in a while. Enjoy!
Font Squirrel – Free great fonts.
Adobe Color CC – This tool allows you to combine new color palettes and also has some ready combinations to choose from.
Design tools – This iPhone application has a color converter, paper sizes and a unit converter.
This is a quick list of the books I enjoyed most in 2014. I linked to each book’s page on Goodreads in case you’re interested in checking them out.
I’m not a paper and pencil person, at least not anymore.
(And I’m also an organization freak) So an iPad comes really handy when organizing my tasks, time, documents, and notes. And since we’re all back to university (or school), I ‘m sharing my favorite productivity apps.
Since I got into baking (in 2009), I’ve been into a lot of “cookie” experiments (including three this summer). Some were from scratch, others were ready-dough. Yet, I never really got it right (I always got tough cookies). I tried asking for the secret, but you know how some bakers are, (
selfish, not so helpful). Anyhow, this summer, I finally got the deal. Everyone at home really loved them. (And I almost had half the cookie dough). Of course, I have to give credit to Lauren Vitale from Youtube for spilling out the secret.
The Two secrets of Irresistible Cookies:
That’s it! It’s all yours to go try out. Enjoy!
This isn’t my first *attempt* to blog (since 2011).
And I hope it’s not my last either. Yet, I don’t think I’m giving up this pretty cool project anytime soon. So, bare with me, and enjoy.