May 04, 2011 - Bohemian Coding today announces Fontcase 2.0, a major update to their Apple Design Award-winning font manager. Scrolling, previewing, searching, skimming and activating fonts is now faster and more reliable than ever. In version 2.0 we have done a major overhaul of the interface, yet, people familiar with the first version will feel right at home. New features include Typedia integration and Typesetter; an amazing new way to preview fonts in any combination and on any website.
Sep 08, 2010 - Bohemian Coding today introduces Sketch 1.0, their new vector drawing application for Mac OS X. Its intentionally minimalist design is based upon a drawing space of unlimited size and layers, free of palettes, panels, menus, windows, and controls. Tools and modifiers are accessed as needed from drop-down graphical menus, and help/control dialogues open/close automatically. Though simple to use, it offers powerful vector drawing and text tools similar to those in more costly apps.
Aug 17, 2010 - Kevin Kalle and Bohemian Coding introduce Review 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Review is the quickest way for iOS interface designers to judge their mockups on an actual device. Viewing mockups on your device couldn't be easier. It is fully aware of the Retina display on iPhone 4 and will scale mockups accordingly. Review even renders an icon-sized image exactly as it would appear on the home screen, with rounded corners and optionally the typical glow.
Apr 04, 2010 - UK based Bohemian Coding today announces SketchPad 1.0, a powerful vector drawing application for the iPad. SketchPad includes great vector and pen tools and boolean operations. It also supports text layers and these can be styled with different fonts. Sketchpad supports stroke, fill, multi-stop gradients and drop and inner shadows. Its vector tool lets you create any shape imaginable and for more basic usage, Sketchpad also includes ready-to-use shapes such as rectangles, ovals and stars.
Mar 12, 2010 - Bohemian Coding today releases Fontcase 1.5, a free update to the Apple Design Award-winning font manager that is like an iPhoto for your fonts. A few feature-highlights include versatile metadata support, the ability to share fonts on your local network and fantastic ways to preview all your fonts. Version 1.5 adds much-requested auto-activation, duplicates detection, speed increase and stability among other things.
Oct 06, 2009 - Bohemian Coding today announced DrawIt 3.10, the latest version of their easy-to-use, powerful vector-drawing application for Mac OS X. DrawIt is unique in that it presents the user with a simple and clean interface, yet packs an impressive assortment of useful, professional features. Version 3.10 introduces essential new effects and significantly increases its performance. DrawIt 3.10 now provides support for multi-stop gradients and also adds a gradient stroke effect to the mix.
Mar 27, 2009 - Bohemian Coding today releases Fontcase 1.1, a free update to the new font manager that will be like an iPhoto for your fonts. A few feature-highlights include versatile metadata support, the ability to share fonts on your local network and fantastic ways to preview all your fonts. New in version 1.1 is a versatile plug-in architecture, the ability to analyze what languages a font supports, and various interface enhancements.
Jan 23, 2009 - Bohemian Coding and Laurent Baumann are proud to announce Fontcase 1.0, a font manager that will be like an iPhoto for your fonts. From the start, Fontcase has been designed with applications like iTunes and iPhoto in mind; the interface is very intuitive and the interface is uncluttered. A few feature-highlights include versatile metadata support, the ability to share fonts on your local network and fantastic ways to preview all your fonts.
Oct 03, 2008 - Pieter Omvlee is proud to announce DrawIt 3.6, the latest version of his easy-to-use and powerful, vector-drawing application for Mac OS X. The major new thing in DrawIt is a tremendous increase in speed and a significant decrease in memory usage. Also, bitmap layers can now be edited in an external bitmap-editing application so you can combine the best of two worlds.