When submitting my latest update for Heritage App I had to include some additional icon files for iPad. These popular filenames are useful for making sure you have all bases covered for iPad/iPhone/iPhone4READ MORE
Iris is a visual designer who provides UI design and products for web, desktop and mobile applications. She is marking her stamp of flare and creativitity across the internet working freelance for companies across the globe. I took a little of her time out of her busy schedule to ask her some questions about her successful career as a talented web designerREAD MORE
I have been planning this design update for some time now, and am nervous about putting it out into the wild. Timing has come sooner than expected, but has encouraged me to really sit down and get the majority of the new pages finishedREAD MORE
David Naylor http://ian.tl/8 produces a brilliant example of how utterly ridiculous the EU can be. It feels like if they have not anything to keep them occupied they come up with stupid ideas such as their latest "cookies" directive. READ MORE
In August 2010 I dribbbled a shot from my imagination; what would it be like to have an easy way to upload to the popular show and tell website Dribbble? I was frustrated at using Screen Capture which never got the dimensions right, cluttered the desktop and resulted in having to upload and play with the screenshot on the dribbble website; time consuming if your in a hurryREAD MORE
As Heritage App draws closer to being submitted to the App store I thought it time to give a brief update to where I am currently with development of other thingsREAD MORE
With the announcement of Google’s latest version of their popular Chrome browser with built in flash, Google decided to offer a simple flash video powered game, where the viewer watches a ball travel along various obstacles, and you interact by helping the ball along its way by answering simple questions related to Googles primary business, fast searching, live twitter results, and translationREAD MORE
Dribbble is show and tell for designers, developers and other creatives. Share sneak peeks of your work as “shots” — small screenshots of the designs and applications you’re working onREAD MORE
If you would like to discuss anything about your next project please drop me a line.
Web Apps: ~£4000
Native Apps: ~£8000
No matter how small your project is, or if the budgets above scare you, please do get in touch, I shall always listen and will advise freely alternative ideas or solutions. If you are a charity, let's talk!