Headspace advertises itself as a gym membership for your mind. I believe it is true in the sense that people attend Headspace sessions for a short period beginning of the year and then end paying for nothing. Oh well, I do have a gym membership, so I decided to looked at the prices of Headspace […]
I’ve been putting off learning Swift for a while. While as a language it is a leap forward from Objective-C, jumping to the Swift wagon from day one wasn’t on my agenda. I wrote Bitenotes with the design from Masaichi Ikeda in Objective-C just to get it to the App Store as early as possible. Hence, I know have […]
There’s an Apple developer meet-up coming in couple of weeks in Helsinki. I hope to see you there! All about iOS and Cocoa, and maybe some Swift! Monday, September 29, 2014 6:00 PM See more of the event and take also look at the HelsinkiOS Facebook page.
The screenshot is from Elixia’s application while booking a class. It’s a nice app that gets the job done, but it also works as a glaring example for lacking context while doing an important action. Which class am I booking? Did I hit the right one? In most cases the problem is more subtle. Little […]
Screenshot from giveabrief.com Briefs, a prototyping tool for the iOS devices, seems like a time saver. With a brief look, it however fails to deliver from a developer’s perspective – I’m not yet seeing added value compared to a working pipeline with a designer bundled with real communication. Blueprints / redlining with diffs could be […]