Much of the content we’ve studied so far in the MCDM smartphone class I’m taking has been centered around optimizing all of the different elements of a smartphone application development strategy. Even if your not in it for the money, optimizing your strategy will consume the least resources and save you from wasting countless hours.[…]
For my MCDM Smartphone GeekSpeak presentation I’ve compiled a brief presentation describing the basics of gestures on Apple, Nokia, Blackberry, Andriod, WebOS and Windows Phone devices. I’ve also included some examples and what I think are the next steps in gesture recognition.
App Idea: GovCast Audience: Reporters/journalists, gov workers, educators/students, people who watch C-Span Purpose: Ability to watch public videos from all branches of gov. Competing Apps: C-Span Radio (iPhone), The White House (iPhone), NASA App (iPhone) Possible Sponsor: Gov grants GovCast could provide anyone with a smartphone the ability to watch videos from a wide variety[…]
In this post I compare and analyze one application from three different categories that I use daily and three of their competitors that could use some work. Above Average: DropBox for iPad | App Store (free) DropBox is essential because it lets you easily share all types of files with all kinds of devices. It[…]
I’ve recently had the pleasure of reading through the iPhone Human Interface Guidelines as well as several other articles related to iPhone development strategies and I want to explore how these strategies are changing based on the growth and innovation or other mobile platforms. Several months ago I read through the Windows Phone UI Design[…]