You could go out and purchase an iPhone case as a gift for a loved one, but consider using your own images to create a custom skin as a holiday gift. The Unique Skins Website gives you an abundance of choices for do-it-yourself protective skins.
While store-bought gifts are great for the holidays, nothing conveys personal regard more than a homemade gift, either by itself or perhaps accompanying something you've purchased. Here's how to make beautiful and personalized notebook journals with Pages '09.
Looking for some memorable holiday fun at your next party? Try temporary tattoos. It's easy with Pages '09, a Mac, and the inkjet printer of your choice.
iWeb Valet 2.3.9 lets users customize their Websites with features unavailable in iWeb and without the need to edit a single line of HTML. It offers a few handy new tools for your iWeb pages but is held back by a cumbersome workflow.
iWeb ’09 lets you create attractive Web sites quickly, but quickly isn’t always fast enough. Adam Berenstain offers tips on how to make iWeb even faster.
Looking for that perfect Pages template for your project? Here's a handy guide to finding hundreds of unique designs.
Tired of Keynote's built-in themes? Adam Berenstain tells you how to find alternative ones.
iWeb's HTML Snippet widget can be your site's window to the world.
Do you back up files on CD or DVD? Adam Berenstain gives you some tips on how to label your discs.
Want to create a neat opening animation for your iWeb site? With Keynote '09, you can create a snazzy QuickTime intro for your own site.
It's difficult and time-consuming to create a new iWeb template from scratch, but as Adam Berenstain discovered, just creating a new nav bar can give your iWeb design a unique look.
The general consensus is that iWeb's template designs are cool. But what if you're sick of them and crave something new?
Adam Berenstain walks you through the steps of creating a holiday newsletter in Pages '09.
Save on paper and postage this season with a holiday-inspired Website built with iWeb '09.
Here's a few tips on bringing iWeb and Facebook together.