Gotta love the Internet when it get’s its collective undies in a twist at a business. This was basically my entire Twitter feed for the last 48 hours:Read more "People Lost Their Mind Over Apple Pay This Weekend"
When showing off a recent build to our president and chief user experience stakeholder, I was privy to an interesting conversation in regards to introducing new interactions. The particulars are not that interesting, but it relates to some feedback we received in testing. As a rule, we firmly believe that user testing and sign off […]Read more "Blog Post: Should We Be Training Our Users?"
Everyone in the Apple Developer community has known how to win the game of App Store rankings for some time: you need a junk-ton of downloads and five-star reviews if you have any hope of being invited to the inner sanctum. The problem is nowhere does that account for apps that actually get used. While […]Read more "Blog Post: Serve Your Users, Downloads Will Come"
We all have agendas, including myself. I’m here because I’m passionate about a few aspects of my work and I devoted this space to shed some light on it. Others want to see products or services, while some have a particular message they want to push forward. When I disagree with someone’s opinion, it’s not […]Read more "Blog Post: Beware Of Privacy Statistics"
It’s easy to make the case for native iOS and Android applications these days. When companies are throwing money at anyone who can turn their site into something downloadable from an app store, you know a cottage industry is made. Even when native apps aren’t the best option, mobile sites are “appifying” their websites to […]Read more "Blog Post: Is HTML5 The Step-Child To Native Mobile Apps?"
Many a developer has developed a mobile application using Bootstrap, but was it while you were attending the first grade? Check this video out and remember this name folks. Something tells me this young lady will be making a name for herself in the years to come. By the way, this should also function as […]Read more "Blog Post: Remember Zora Ball"
What happens when the first video-game generation grows up? They turn everything into a game. Some have deemed this phenomenon the “gameification” of products. There have been varying levels of success with this concept, but I would argue the strategy has been a win. In this All Things D article, a new mobile app titled Shopkick is reviewed by […]Read more "Blog Post: Location Based Rewards"