Archive for September, 2010
As per the title, I’m going to be speaking about iPad Development at the next Brighton iPhone Creators Meetup. Here are a few details about the event:
Presenting: iPad Development: New Challenges and Opportunities for iPhone Devs
When: Tuesday 21st @ 7pm
Where: The Skiff, 6 Gloucester Street, Brighton, BN1 4EW
I’ve been primarily asked to talk about iPad development so that’s going to be the main feature in my 20/30 min presentation. How iPad development creates new challenges (User Experience, Development for multiple iDevices etc) and opportunities for iPhone Devs (increased sales, AppStore rankings).
I’m also planning to share some of my experiences of developing for the AppStore such as tips on how to improve your app reviews and ratings and how to avoid some of the mistakes I’ve already made
That’s it for now… Gotta get on with my latest app idea
Portfolio to Go syncs your Flickr photosets to local, cached galleries on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Once all galleries and images are cached you can view your portfolio without an internet connection. Perfect for use with wi-fi: sync and go.
Portfolio To Go is elegant and intuitive, giving users instant access to all of their Flickr photosets. The unique interface design presents thumbnail images horizontally and vertically on a photo-wall capable of displaying thousands of images simultaneously that scroll at the touch of a finger.
Portfolio To Go supports all device rotations so can be flipped vertically for portraits and horizontally for landscapes.
Another unique selling point of this app is the ‘Send Portfolio to a Client’ feature. The Photographer picks and chooses which of his galleries to share and can then send an auto-generated email to clients and friends containing a free download link to ‘Portfolio To Go Player’ iPad/iPhone App. By clicking the emailed link clients launch the photographer’s portfolio on their own iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch.
# Photo Wall:
View all your Flickr photo galleries at once – scroll each gallery horizontally to browse thumbs, scroll vertically to traverse through all synced galleries. Click on any thumbnail to jump into the main image view.
# Main image view displays gallery thumbnails to enable intuitive gallery navigation. Just click the main image to go full-screen.
# Flickr Authorization: access to all of your private, friends and family and public photos
# Multiple cached portfolios: add unlimited Flickr portfolios via your contacts or Flickr IDs to P2G and switch between them.
# Auto-cache photos: all photos get cached in the background while you browse (you can turn this feature off in settings)
# Send Portfolio to a Client: Pick and choose which galleries to include and then send your portfolio straight to clients and friends by email from the app. Clients will download the free Portfolio to Go Player app to their iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch and launch your portfolio from the emailed link.
# Share your photos and Flickr links via Facebook, Twitter or Email
# Save favourite Photos to your iPhone/iPod Photo Library
Portfolio To Go Player
You can try out the Portfolio To Go Player experience for free (just like your clients and friends) by following 2 simple steps on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch:
1) Click and download this free iPad app: Portfolio To Go Player
2) Click and launch this link (it will open in the downloaded app): Nicole Carman’s Portfolio