Classic icon designs – time for a change?
Skeuomorphism is, according to Wikipedia, “a physical ornament or design on an object made to resemble another material or technique.” It’s a somewhat controversial design technique that has been around for centuries.
In terms of web and mobile design, skeuomorphism is most commonly referred to in terms of icons or even apps and software which use representational design elements that possess little or no functionality. You can learn all about skeuomorphism on our
Eyes are on WWDC as Apple’s stock drops
Do 7-day retention rates matter in mobile apps?
iPad remains the number one tablet according to J.D. Power
Many take J.D. Power’s satisfaction surveys as the “de facto” source of approval from consumers, taking into account; Performance, Ease of Operation, Styling and Design, Features, and Cost.
Almost consistently dominated by a certain Californian-based company, will Volume 1 of the “2013 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study” prove any different?
Nope, Apple’s iPad is still up there at the top. The iOS-based device scoring a fantastic 836 on a 1000-point scale; customers are clearly very...
Mobile apps have the users, what about the Ad dollars?
How to measure app analytics sessions sensibly
Let’s be smart about this and acknowledge that we love data and stats. With them, we’re able to learn about our app users, where they come from, what they do in the app and how much money they spend. Stats also help us understand how an app is actually performing. Real facts help us to make real decisions, right? Most importantly, principle number one is to make sure what you measure makes sense (and ideally in the long run it helps you get more than cents).
One of the key app analytics KPIs...
How to plan smartly when developing a mobile app
Didn’t think so. Developing an app isn’t something you can just crank out. Theoretically you could – but it certainly wouldn’t be a chart-topping application. Developing a successful app takes careful planning and analysis. David Tucker, in
RAD Studio XE4 released to aid multi-device development
Embarcadero Technologies has unveiled RAD Studio XE4, its solution for native, multi-device app development.
The software will help create apps for PCs, tablets and smartphones; helping ease the process of developing for each individually.
Most developers want to write applications which run directly on the device hardware for speed, reliability, more control, and better security. Many who develop cross-platform choose to use an interpretive layer for ease; saving time writing natively for a whole other...