One of my recent tasks for moo.com was to design a set of cards for a large company that matched their identity as seen on their website. So I needed to know what colours they'd used for their branding. Which is when I came across this amazing tool hidden away in the utilities folder on macs.
When you open it and float it over words or graphics, it tells you the colours that they've used! So helpful, and I never knew it existed! What other secrets are hiding away? Any top hidden mac tips?
Find it in: Applications > Utilities > Digitalcolor Meter and try not to mind the spelling!
A charity in Hereford City wanted to document building works of a new premises. As no stranger to building sites from my days of working with a Property Surveyor, I got involved and just a little dusty!
Here it is! The launch of the projects that I've been working on at moo. Luxe has a seam of colour, either black, blue, red or white.
And we got some lovely pressies to say thanks for our work, including a hand written note from the CEO. Ace.
You can know too much
Sometimes you can know too much… For example, from my various food shoots and food photography workshops, I know that this "milk" is probably PVA glue. Not so delicious. Sorry porridge peeps!
Super high quality phone pic...
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