A group of popular illustrators from around the globe have come together in the name of love . . . that is, their love for illustration and the art of modern storytelling. Together, these talented artists have created How to Woo, a special digital handbook featuring the “dos and don’ts of the art of courtship.” Based on creative interpretations of various romantic (and humorous) gestures such as writing a love letter, getting over a broken heart and how to cry, How to Woo is debuting in the App Store just in time for Valentine’s Day.
“Write a love letter” by Michael Arnold and “Tatto the name of your soul mate” by Liran Raviv
Guest Blog Post by Thaddeus B. Kubis, Edited by Robert Antonik
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Guest Post by Matt Cokeley
Tomorrow’s experts in mobile app design will be those with the early interest, energy and courage to experiment today, however, there is some trepidation in most areas of our design community on how to best approach this new beast without being bitten. As Creative Director for Mag+, I hear about these insecurities all the time. My goal is to provide people with enough guidance and information to take the leap and create mobile applications.