The addition of the free-to-play battle royale mode in Fortnite has made this game a huge hit, and it is receiving a lot of buzz as of late. Chances are you’ve tried it out yourself or know someone who has.
A few months ago, when this game mode was released on consoles I started the hefty download eager to see how the game would stack up to the other battle royale darling, PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds (PUBG). After the download was finished I fired up the game and was greeted by a message that I needed to download the BR portion of…
I love my Nintendo Switch.
Talk to other Switch owners, they’ll probably tell you the same thing.
I got my Switch when it first came out, and I immediately fell in love with Breath of the Wild, SnipperClips, and some indie darlings. I took full advantage of the console, playing at home on my TV and also while commuting. The more I played, the more a few missing features stood out to me. The console has been out for a year, but even though there have been updates — for parental controls and stability — many of these issues have…
For the past 12+ years, I’ve been creating a calendar-based wallpaper every month to share with the world. It’s been a fantastic exercise to keep this up month after month, allowing me to try new techniques and use it as a platform to share my photography.
This month, I thought I’d share a little behind-the-scenes of how I create a glitch technique and provide some insight into the overall process of working in Photoshop and saving each resolution. I’ve used this technique a lot recently.
First, I started with a photo I took at Turks & Caicos in November:
What to expect when visiting for the first time.
Hello, my name is Jason. I’m a UI/UX designer in NYC, and this year I was lucky enough to attend my first Google I/O conference.
I’m an avid researcher who likes to gather as much intel as I can before taking on a project or visiting a new place; I try to gain a feel for what it is I’m about to embark on. This conference was no different, but when I tried looking online for articles such as this, I found very little on what it was like to actually…
Product designer (formerly: MakerBot, EA). Photographer. Gamer. 40K Painter. Creator of @dsktps, @actsofgnome and more.