by Shane Church
September 5, 2012
by Tony Hillerson
Recently I was asked to build a prototype for a sales proposal here at EffectiveUI to enable the client to see what the finished design would behave like on a real iPad. We had provided an initial demo to the client through FieldTest; however, they wanted to see examples of what the actual interactivity would look and feel like on [...]
October 3, 2011
by Jill Petersen
By now you will have heard about the new Kindles from Amazon, including the very slick Kindle Fire tablet. From a general consumer point of view, it’s a very compelling device, especially given the price ($300 less than the iPad). However, as others have pointed out (see Daring Fireball and Mobile Opportunity), the Kindle Fire is a different-in-kind device, not [...]
March 21, 2011
by Jill Petersen
Slides from Lead Experience Architect John McRee’s SXSW 2011 Presentation: “Your Mom Has an iPad: Designing for Boomers.”
March 7, 2011
by Juan Sanchez
Members of the EffectiveUI team are speaking at many events this week: John McRee at SXSW, Tony Hillerson at AnDevCon, and Michael Salamon at Rocky Mountain Adobe Users Group.
September 21, 2010
by Sean Christmann
Yesterday was the first day of the five-day Design For Mobile conference, and what a great first day it was. While the majority of the speakers will be presenting today and tomorrow, I had the opportunity to attend a workshop by Suzanne Ginsberg called “Designing Smartphone Apps,” followed by a Mobile Monday meetup with a presentation by Pek Pongpaet on “Designing for the iPad.” Both presentations were great openers to the conference, along with workshops I didn’t get to attend by Luke Wroblewski and Nader Nejat.
September 1, 2010
My co-worker and I recently debated PNG compression for the iPhone: Should you bundle Fireworks source assets in xcode for quick editing and recompiling, or should you export compressed versions to use for the bundling phase?