I won this a couple of weeks ago when I took part in Amped. I need programs like Photoshop and Illustrator for a lot of my courses here (I’m majoring in computational media at Georgia Tech), but didn’t feel like shelling out a few hundred bucks to buy them. (And I don’t steal pirate software.) I’ve been making do with GIMP and Inkscape at home–and yes, they’ve been a great help, and I don’t let their limitations limit my creativity, thank you very much–and going to the computer labs when I absolutely Adobe’s programs (which isn’t as often as you might think), but now I can use the apps at my own convenience. Can’t wait to try them out!
When the current version of Ubuntu was released back in April, it sported a shiny new theme that differed radically from the familiar brown that defined Ubuntu since its creation six years. This new theme was a part of their new branding, which focuses on light and warmth rather than earth and coffee. But while the new theme was certainly visually refreshing, it seemed to be a little rough around the edges. The next version of Ubuntu, which will be releasing in October, will come with a greatly improved version of the theme.
I updated Dothan Community Church’s website for their anniversary on July 25, 2010. Now I have a peace about displaying the site on my portfolio.
New website look! I wasn’t unhappy with the previous look, but I felt that it was time for some redecorating. With this redesign, I’ve decided to stick with the KISS philosophy and keep things as simple and straightforward as possible.