The first step to creating any iOS app is to actually begin designing and drawing the app. People can’t understand your iOS design fully and fluently with just your words; apps are visual things, and so need visual drawings to communicate them to other people. You have to sit down at your desk with a piece of…Continue Reading “Wireframes and iOS design: everything you need to know to draft an amazing mobile app”
Don’t you feel like everyone is forced nowadays into using Facebook or Twitter? While both these services are great, sometimes you may feel you want a more personalized sharing experience of all the things that really matter to you – and no, I’m not talking here about uploading a picture of your breakfast or lunch…Continue Reading “Create a Playlist of Your Daily Experiences with the Compass.to iPhone App”
This is a guest post by Chris Kinsey – a Digital Designer for Sixth Story / @sixth_story – a UK based Branding & Communications agency based in Birmingham. He is fuelled by tea and charged with driving strategy and innovation to this forward thinking creative agency. Mobile is certainly the big craze at the moment in the…Continue Reading “Mobile: A Serious Contender to the Desktop Computer”
Recently, I compiled a list of games & apps my daughter love to play on her iPad. Here is the list of 30 iPhone & iPad apps you can consider as gifts for your kids for the Holidays. Here is the list (not in any particular order): Note: (*) indicates apps for both iPad and…Continue Reading “30 iPad/iPhone apps you can gift your kids for the Holidays”
There are two reasons for you to make an Application: for fun or for business. If your App is made for fun, just do it and don’t read this post. If it’s the other and you want to maximize your chances to make a living from your Apps, this is for you.
ustwo™ is a multi platform development studio based in London, UK and Malmo, Sweden – 50 strong and growing rapidly in notoriety. During 2009, the studio developed and released 16 apps including the infamous MouthOffTM, .TM (48hour series), SteppinTM, and Reebok’s iSprint.