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Sep 22, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Learn how to create HTML5 animations on your Mac with Hype and add those to your next iBooks Author project with our super-simple, step-by-step guide.
Sep 21, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow this step-by-step guide and learn how to transport your characters to anywhere in the world with the brilliantly simple Keyer tool in Final Cut Pro X.
Sep 7, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
If your iPhone’s home or power button has stopped working, Assistive Touch can help, here’s our guide to setting up and using this hugely awesome secret feature.
Aug 31, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Learn how to use the new Photomerge feature to fix poorly exposed images and create HDR effects with our quick, step-by-step guide using Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Aug 25, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow our guide and learn how to use Keynote’s presentation tools to make sure the polished and well-designed project you created is presented how you intended.
Aug 24, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Got something to say but need more time to say it? Here’s our simple, step-by-step guide to halting the action using Final Cut Pro X’s new Freeze Frame tool.
Jul 5, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Here’s a quick step-by-step guide designed to show you how to edit and apply gradients to your images to enhance your projects using Pixelmator on your Mac.
Jul 2, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow our quick, step-by-step tutorial to lean how to use Pixelmator’s Pen Tool on your Mac to create and edit your own vector shapes in a matter of minutes.
Jul 1, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow our step-by-step guide and find how to add a new background to your favourite photos and add pro effects using Pixelmator’s powerful tools on your Mac.
Jun 30, 2013
by Stephen Ashby.
Harness the power of Pixelmator to remove blemishes and unwanted aspects of a photo
Jun 29, 2013
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow this quick guide and find out how to make a simple, contemporary logo for your website using Pixelmator on your Mac – it’s easier than you might think!