MacStories has a section called iPad Diaries. Each post highlights different apps or different tasks, talking about what that workflow looks like on an iPad. In the past year I’ve become kind of an iPad enthusiast. I guess the proof is that I’m typing this on a 10.5″ iPad Pro in its first week of release. At the same time I’m wondering what I’ll do with the 9.7″ and the 12.9″. I’m thinking through the right combination.
I also really wish apple didn’t discontinue the silicone case for the latest generation iPad Pro. Yes, it didn’t feel great paying $80 for a case but the case sure felt great. I’ll probably sell my 9.7″ and keep the first generation 12.9″.
It looks like there’s going to be more and more people moving to an iPad as their primary system especially with iOS 11 on the horizon. People don’t claim as loudly that tablets are for consumption only.
When I was initially deciding which one to buy, I came across MacStories’ iPad Diaries and couldn’t get enough of it. I’m writing these iPad Journal posts thinking that there’s room for more here. My main use cases for the iPad are different from Federico Viticci’s. It’d be great to have someone write about their iPad use as a high level digital artist.
That person is not me. But I can give my perspective as a very low level digital artist. I do use the Pencil a lot. I have a background in design. (And a job in it, too!)
I love looking into other people’s workflows. I’m hoping other people might enjoy glimpsing into mine.