It’s billed as the battle of the century, at least as far as app developers are concerned; which has better ROI, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android? Consumers are split: Apple have the single largest market share, Google have numerous manufacturers on their side; iOS dominates North America, Android wins out in Europe.
If you’re targeting mobile devices, then ideally you want to have releases for both iOS and Android. But in the age of the lean start-up,...
We are at a time where it kind of feels like there’s a new update in technology every week. It might remind you of that Best Buy commercial where the customers purchase something brand new one week, and the next week the newer version is released is and is all the rave.
Technology and innovations are just on a very speedy, upward track. There always seems to be a new trend or that new thing that people want to be a part.
For example, we can talk about televisions and their add-ones. One moment we all want the flat screen TV’s, but now we are...
You never know when you’re going to get a client with a super tight deadline. You never know when you’ll be struck with a great idea, either. You can’t avoid it, so you need to try to stay as prepared as possible.
As iPhones and Android phones sweep the cell phone market, most designers have one or the other (except for me, I’m still with Blackberry). The greatest thing about these phones is the ability to access extremely powerful applications now available in the palm of your hand.
There are a flood of average apps out there that are helpful to designers and videographers, but the truth is they often just throw preset filters on top of your pictures and videos.
Sometimes those are cool, but some of us really need...