Got an iPad Pro and having had a week with it...I think I'm a convert. For a while I've been looking for a way to work on the fly - without taking a laptop with me. Thrice weekly trips to Bleecker (pre Corona) and whipping out a MacBook got a bit long.
As a sketchbook replacement it's extremely viable but I started wondering about what else can I do, so I got started with Prompt from Panic; logging into the Homelab to do some tinkering, and it doesn't suck. I don't think I'm the only one either:
The @BlinkShell on an iPad Pro is truly a marvel 😍🤓 I guess this is a dev machine now 😎 pic.twitter.com/1nQP8aLiFf— Jessie Frazelle (@jessfraz) April 11, 2020
Now I'm considering using it as a primary device. Some of the vector drawing apps are easily contenders for the MacOS equivalents with mouse and keyboard support. It's all a bit marvellous.
Chancee is a designer who codes from London Town.
They have worked for the likes of Nike, Vodafone, Sky, Disney and Pearsons. Won awards from Promax, BAFTAs, the Appys and The Drum. Spoken at The Waldorf and Southampton University - despite swearing like a sailor. Available for hire to draw pretty curves and code clever things.