So it’s been bugging me for days, but I finally have the answer to the name of the font that Google’s been using in it’s latest Google+ videos… The font is called Roboto, and you can download it from dafont.com for free.
I kind of want to start an ice cream business just so I can look this cool…but seriously, that register setup is awesome, and looks insanely easy to use.
A couple of years ago, the government changed the rules so that families on $150 000 a year or more wouldn't be eligible to receive family payments. There were the predictable cries of 'class warfare', but there were also claims that $150 000 in Australia leaves you struggling to make ends meet. The Daily Telegraph found a couple on $150k who said "you can survive on $150,000 but you definitely aren't doing well," while in The Australian, a couple on $200 000…
I’m putting together some screencasts for work currently and I’m trying to make a simple but decent looking title / reveal that I can use for the series and I recalled that you could do some pretty funky things with Keynote. I put this together in about an hour, however when I render the video the images all appear to be a little ‘soft’. Any ideas?
Hrmm, looks like it might be something to do with QuickTime as the video appears correctly when uploaded to YouTube.
I’m not much of a fan of the phone, but the advertisement is all sorts of awesome. Well played Nokia & Microsoft.