We recently completed a large project for a giant in the color calibration industry. This was a medium-to-large VB6 to Real Studio conversion, and involved designing a few custom user interface components.
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JOHNSON CITY, TN & OXFORD, UK (May 14, 2011) CyphersTECH Consulting & Mark O’Neill jointly announce the sale of KillerToolBar to CyphersTECH.
According to Mark O’Neill: “With me being so busy working on Movie Draft over the last few years, KillerToolBar has unfortunately been somewhat neglected. Whilst I would have liked to continue development of KillerToolBar for both the Real Software community and my own personal gratification, time, alas, does not grow on trees, and so on that note I am happy to announce that Anthony Cyphers from CyphersTECH will be continuing development of KillerToolBar after CypherTECH’s recent acquisition of KillerToolBar from myself. This is great news for the Real Software community.”
“I can’t express how excited we are to have reached an agreement with Mark on KTB,” stated Anthony G. Cyphers, Owner. “With this acquisition, we not only enrich our line-up of products, but we keep an excellent product — that has become a staple in so many projects over the years — from disappearing in to the realm of abandonware.”
GraffitiSuite now consists of GraffitiButton, GraffitiColorPicker, GraffitiFadeLabel, GraffitiFadePanel, GraffitiProgress, GraffitiPropertyList, GraffitiRibbon, GraffitiStatus, GraffitiVBScript, and KillerToolBar, with more planned for release in the coming months. All subscription customers have access to support forums, and, also, Source Code subscribers have access to priority email support.
Fore more information about GraffitiSuite, visit http://www.GraffitiSuite.com/
CyphersTECH Consulting, formerly Envied Design.net, is a software and web development consulting firm based in Johnson City, TN. CyphersTECH offers custom local application development, Web Edition development, and a variety of design services.
See http://www.CyphersTECH.com/ for more information.
A couple of months ago we sent out a notification to all of our hosting customers informing them that by May 1st, all hosting operations would cease. continue reading »
The foundation for the network infrastructure upgrade has been completed. Over the next two weeks customers will see a minimal downtime as their websites are migrated to the new platform.
In just a few short days, our 40% off sale will end. We’d like to encourage anyone contemplating a purchase to make it before this sale ends. Once this sale is over, we don’t plan to have another sale on all of our products again until Thanksgiving (at the earliest).
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We’ll soon be implementing a few changes to our products. They will be updated to the latest version of REALbasic, thus any customers using a version of the language that does not have the new text-based controls will be unable to use the demo projects. The products themselves should still work, however.
We may soon be launching a different site to house our REALbasic products, which may result in the names of the products changing. More will come on this as we progress.
Beginning today, members of the Association of REALbasic Professionals will receive the same discount they received previously on just GraffitiSuite for all products. Every purchase made with the ARBP member coupon code will receive 25% of their total. This is only valid if purchasing directly through our online store, and not via third-party.
Last night was spent on our design and branding customers, and away from our contract customers. As a result, we have designed an excellent set of logos for Excelsior Investment Partners. They were very pleased with the work, and I’m looking forward to hearing what other designers think about it. continue reading »
Today I was contacted about designing a logo for a magazine-style blog. After talking with the customer for a short period, I felt that I had a handle on what they were looking for. The resulting two designs, which I thought would appeal to their desires, are now in the Portfolio. Any thoughts or comments are welcome.
Well kids, 2010 is quickly approaching. We decided that to accompany the new year, we needed a new face. As of today, 12/29/2009, our new website is finished and live.
This new design will be much less restrictive, and allow us to expand the scope of material covered on our website as time progresses. Hit the comments and let us know what you think!