Over the span of a week, Weburban staff experimented with real and computer generated inks to come up with a compelling range of borders for images in the new application EdgePix available exclusively on the iPhone app store. Singular streaks, photographic edges, painted brush strokes, and all kinds of smears were used to mask the images.
We wanted people to be able to quickly add clean and gritty edges to their newly captured pictures. Even a simple border will help a FaceBook image look more interesting. We wanted to keep the range of Edges useful enough to have a broad range of applications without watering them down so much that they become boring.
The next iteration of EdgePix is being worked on right now at the Weburban offices. It will use the Weburban Pix 2.0 framework and will allow users to pick the image first and then apply the edge progressively. Also, a new pack of edges will be included free of charge to all current users of EdgePix 1.0.