Friday, April 20, 2007

Time to switch the lights back on

I know I've gone dark for the last month (ish). I needed some breathing space to get certain projects moving in the right direction.
I am getting there now and it is time to start switching the lights on a few of the projects I have been working on.
ScreenEdit soft launched a couple of weeks ago and is the first project to switch the lights on. Screenedit is the magic antidote for designer's block, it provides ideas and thoughts from some active members of the community along with a gallery of interesting projects and of course a blog.
ScreenEdit is a joint venture with Tricky from Tricky Business.

3 comments:

Nik Coughlin said...

Nice project. I saw you speak at the Architecture Camp in Auckland by the way, really enjoyed it.

Adrian said...

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Gabriel Gonzalez said...

I have just seen your arcast about "First impressions" and I have enjoyed it a lot!

I haven't even thought of software in that way. I am thinking a way different on some software designs.

Thanks!