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Themewaves
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Haha that one is really AWESOME VIDEO i have ever seen. So much time for creating all icons and timelapsing O_o

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phpbits
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MS Word can do that now? haven’t used it for a century LOL

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THPStock
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Is he a robot!? ;)

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nachothemes
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I think we found the product manager of ms word :)

Still, a huge facepalm for apple designers

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CodeFusion
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I love his closing line “And that’s it!” – as though he just gave you 3 simple stepped instructions.

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ZoomIt
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Neah. He just wants Microsoft / Apple to hire him. Nice effort.

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gbs
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Words is usually ultimately underestimated :D

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IngeniousArtist
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this has changed my mind to try making the icons in photoshop :shocked:

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SomethingDesign
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Nothing special. Easy shape and gradients work and 2 distribute functions. You can do the same in PowerPoint. But the big problem is when you want to prepare your artwork for offset printing or cut some pixel perfect slices for web or mobile. So think twice when you want to waste your time with word.

If you still like those Office experiments watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YG_WWZYqUs
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IngeniousArtist
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Nothing special. Easy shape and gradients work and 2 distribute functions. You can do the same in PowerPoint. But the big problem is when you want to prepare your artwork for offset printing or cut some pixel perfect slices for web or mobile. So think twice when you want to waste your time with word.

If you still like those Office experiments watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YG_WWZYqUs

WOW.

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