Omm Writer Dana: My second favorite writing program of all times
I have written last year about the amazing and great iA Writer for the iPad. It offers a place to type, which is dismantled to the bones, so that an author has nothing else to do but..... do it. Every now and then I use Writer to create most of my first designs using an Apple Bluetooth keypad.
As he ascended to the top of the game, it was said that a young Bobby Fischer would take his mobile checkerboard to Manhattan for work. There, he erected the plank and worked his way up through the noise and hectic pace of a high-rise building in the midst of fireworks.
Somehow the need to suppress disorders - as long as they are within a certain area - can help in focusing the spirit. Unfortunately I can't work with my iPad at Starbucks. Herraizsoto & Co. a Barcelona-based creativity company Omm Writer has released a new album called Dana.
This is a detail of my Omm display with menus for setting the sound level. It is also possible to grip the grips on the write square to change the size or move it around the view. Sound is an important part of the Omm listening environment, and when the programme starts up, it tells you that it is best used with earphones.
Even though I was enjoying the atmosphere sound track, I decided in the end to use only the recurring feedbacks of the keyboards without it. The Omm without a wallpaper gives the display a nice, structured look. Once you begin entering, the write square and menus are removed from the display so that only your words that have spread to your display will appear on the display.
Ahh, once you type, everything else disappears. In fact, the monitor is much bigger than this detail. A few of the available pictures are very nice and go well with the atmosphere but I always come back to this simple, almost Spartan one. It' going to be interesting to see what Information Architects' assistants can think of when they bring Writers to the Mac.
Sure, herraizsoto & co. said they're bringing OmmWriter to the iPad, so it looks like we'll soon have a decision what kind of nothing we like best.