We recently shipped an app, for our clients at Monkey Island Inc., that was so much fun we can’t help but share our story. The app is called drop, and is a location-based photo sharing app for iOS. In this post, we’ll walk you through our app building process, some of drop’s coolest features, and speak to the technical challenges we encountered during the development process. You can get drop here for free! Read more »
Today I stopped by one of my favorite coffee shops and ended up diving into a fun conversation about mobile user interface design and optimizing for barista tips. After placing my order, the barista swiped my credit card and handed over an iPad running a Point of Sale app. The app showed my subtotal and presented three suggested tip amounts, a custom tip button, and an option for no tip. The placement of these buttons was,… Read more »
Today we’re proud to announce an app we’ve built called EduBeacons. It allows Years 5 and 6 age students to view lesson plans from their iPads when in proximity to an iBeacon. We built EduBeacons in partnership with our new friend, Paul Hamilton of appsbypaulhamilton.com and Matthew Flinders Anglican College in Queensland, Australia. Paul is an author, speaker, Apple Distinguished Educator, and overall education technology pioneer.
We’re proud to announce our newest app, FixMyCity, is now available for free on the App Store. This app is the reason we started developing mobile applications, and is something we’re very proud to finally release. In this post, we’ll explore our journey in making this app a reality and look back at our lessons learned. For those who haven’t heard, FixMyCity let’s citizens submit requests to their cities for non-emergency issues like potholes,… Read more »