Two years ago the folks over at Mobile Nations started one of my very favourite podcasts called ‘Iterate’. This show has quickly become one of my favourite treats and it’s about time more people learnt about it.
On each episode, Marc Edwards, Rene Ritchie, and Seth Clifford are joined by a special guest to discuss the latest news, tools and concepts surrounding mobile user interface and iconography design. The special guests often come from my favourite little boutique development houses and discussion commonly spreads beyond the UI and into alternative interaction models, shared experiences and musings on different approaches taken between the various mobile platforms. More…
We’re all big, BIG fans of Panic, we use their software every day but more than just their products and design, we’re massive fans of their perfection focussed ethos. It feels a lot like ours.
Cabel gave a great interview to the guys at &yet which I wanted to share, so if you enjoy a glimpse behind the curtain, click play.
Last year we each chose our favourite apps from the year so I’ve asked the team to share their favourites from 2012.
George: Reeder – “My very favourite way to use Google Reader on the move.”
Liam: Pocket – “A clean, organised reading list.”
Justin: Reeder – “A beautifully simple RSS reader.”
Ben: Fieldrunners 2 – “I love a good tower defence game.”
We’d love to hear your favourites in the comments below so jump in. More…
Drive has had an incredible reception so far and it’s completely blown us away.
In order to make proper use of the great feedback we’ve started using UserVoice which allows our community of users to make and discuss suggestions, vote up popular ideas, and get answers to their questions.
Our aim here is to both collect brilliant ideas and support the community by providing a platform for open, friendly discussion, with the shared goal of further improving Drive. More…
My first impression of the iPhone 5 last Friday was simply, Wow! It truly is a stunning piece of kit! I couldn’t wait to use it. My partner and I went to Devon for the weekend which gave me a good opportunity to test the new iOS6 maps app and the iPhone 5′s new camera with great results. The new 4inch screen is much more vibrant and the extra 176 pixels go a hell of a long way – especially with apps such as Calendar and Mail (writing emails in particular). More…