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#433 Recognising Fonts from Images

Ever been stuck wondering what a font is? Ever wanted to download a font that has been used in a design? Using your phone with Adobe Capture you can now snap a pic or load from your camera roll and Adobe analyses it and points you to Type Kit fonts that are the same or… Continue reading #433 Recognising Fonts from Images

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#243 Dragon Dictate: Voice recognition for productivity

Dragon Dictation is a great piece of software (app) for voice recognition. Just simply speak your email, letter or essay and Dragon will transcribe it for you with great accuracy. You can then export the text easily in to most applications. Give it a try! Featured image by Pixabay licenced under CC0

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#233 A closer look at cards in Trello

In one of our previous posts, we introduced you to the project management app Trello (#229 An introduction to Trello). Trello is based on ‘Boards’, ‘Lists’ and ‘Cards’. This post takes a deeper look at what you can do with cards to project manage like a pro. Watch this 60 second video to get a… Continue reading #233 A closer look at cards in Trello

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#229 An introduction to Trello

If you’re looking for a project management app to get organised, why not take a look at Trello? Trello is flexible and incredibly easy to use. It has great mobile apps, and best of all it’s free! Trello works by creating a ‘Board’ for each project (you can  have as many ‘Boards’ as you want)… Continue reading #229 An introduction to Trello