Tag Archive: Designer


Every day, Cult of Mac Deals brings you a wide array of outstanding deals on things that we think will make your life easier and more interesting. As new deals emerge, though, old ones have to close. Today, we highlight… Read more ›

Grovemade already makes some of our favorite wooden accessories for the iPad and iPhone, but now the San Francisco based woodworkers are entering the realm of the desktop with the Grovemade Desk collection, a gorgeous array of accessories for the… Read more ›

HP’s designer smartwatch is all about looking good

  HP is probably the last company you’d expect to make a genuinely good-looking smartwatch, but it appears to have done that with a little help from Gilt and fashion designed Michael Bastian. The company’s upcoming wearable, which it teased for the… Read more ›

Another week is in the books at Cult of Mac Deals. Today, we highlight five of the best deals we have to offer right now. These deals include courses in app development, training in Adobe software, and a subscription to receive… Read more ›

Cult of Mac Deals has arranged another “name your own price” bundle, and this one’s another winner for both budding professional designers. We’ve partnered with 6 of the world’s finest designers to bring you The Name Your Own Price Designer… Read more ›

Bouncing, huffing and puffing through a beautifully-rendered cartoon world, avoiding jagged rolling wheels and collecting coins, Leo’s Fortune may just be the year’s most lovable iPhone game. But which games did its creators fall in love with? Following our exclusive… Read more ›

We’re back with another “name your own price†offer here at Cult of Mac Deals. That’s right. We’ve partnered with one of the world’s finest designers to bring you The Name Your Own Price B2B Designer Bundle. You pay what… Read more ›

Jony Ive has made it to the final ten to crown the UK’s Designer of the Year at The Drum Design Awards in April. “This is the cream of the UK’s design crop,” says The Drum editor Gordon Young. “Each… Read more ›     

From “no-button†design and multi-touch controls, to wireless technology and laser tracking, Apple mice have seen a lot of changes over the past decade or so. Although Apple computers have come with mice since the Lisa first shipped in 1983,… Read more ›     

This week saw the publishing of one of the iPhone’s most recognizable patents. Arriving with iOS 3 in June 2009 was the ability to select, copy, and paste text using two draggable selection handles displayed on screen. Miles ahead of… Read more ›