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Can’t believe I missed this! While tagging up a photo for Jessica’s Recipe Bag in their mouthwatering Flickr photo stream I noticed a link in the Actions menu I hadn’t seen before: “Edit photo in Aviary”… I clicked it, and got this beautiful HTML5 (hey, works on iPad!) based photo editor where most common image edits are easily done, and the photo then saved back to Flickr.
Beautiful implementation, simple controls, so fast… Love it! I was gutted when the old editor, Picnik, which was developed by Google disappeared.
Apparently Aviary has been integrated with Flickr since April, it has just slipped under my radar. Sure, Facebook may be the biggest photo sharing site in the world, and Instangram the sexiest, but Flickr remains my favourite. It is also one of the few online services I don’t hesitate to pay a subscription fee for.
Read the full low down on the Flickr and Aviary love affair at TechCrunch.
Happens every time. Putting the actual site layouts and content structure together takes no time. Getting the actual content in place, so slow. I’m even guilty of this myself!
These days, the technology is usually very much the simple part. What makes a brand stand out is all about dedication, unique content, attention to detail. That can’t be faked or even outsourced.
I must say, I like my brand new logotype and the business cards I had printed over at MOO.com. Love their services. Note the thin red inlay between the front and back of the cards… Lush.
Thank you very much Mathias from Early Media for sorting me out with such glorious graphics!