If you are like me, you sketch or write notes on various notebooks in a non-linear manner. One page could be a random idea, the next could be work-related, the next could be a list of things I need to do. Due to my haphazard method of using a notebook, it makes it jumbled and often times filled with content that is useless in a day (or less). That is what makes me really like what I see from NoteSlate. It is relatively cheap ($100, or about the equivalent of 5 large Moleskines.
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I know there are a lot of visual tools on the iPad to make music, but Konkreet Performer by Konkreet Labs really caught my attention.
Taking full advantage of the possibilities created by the latest multi-touch technology, Konkreet Performer delivers a revolutionary new way to control your DAWs, synthesizers, samplers (anything that receives MIDI/OSC).
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Triangle Draw, a creative drawing iPad app by Simon Strandgaard. via CreativeApplications
The Cell Cycle iPad app by Nervous System allows you to to create your own organically-structured jewelry. via Co.Design
The Times Eureka iPad app looks quite nice. If you like to geek out on science, it may be worth checking out. via Eye blog
Phaidon’s Design Classics iPad app is pricey, but beautiful. If product design is your thing, you’ll get a kick out of it. via DesignNotes
iPad app design by Lisa Mishima for Tiny Gift, a micro-donation service.
Horizons, an audo-visual interactive iPad app by Lukasz Karluk and Eli Murray. via CreativeApplications
Neography by Thibault Geffroy is an iPhone/iPad application which displays news through a system of images and pictographs. via CreativeApplications