One of the notable concepts to emerge from Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco this year, has been the notion of differential privacy. As Wired puts it Differential Privacy is the “…statistical science of trying to learn as much as possible about a group while learning as little as possible about any individual in it.”
I wanted to share an interesting article on Prototyping for smaller devices, known as MicroInteractions.This article by GrandCentrix shows how to get the interaction you want, on paper, before doing it using scripts, to be able to display and mimic it in a presentation format:Static wireframes are perfect for getting your information architected. But when it comes to … Continue reading Motion is Emotion: Prototyping Microinteractions for Apple Watch with Framer Studio
I've decided to include a great article from the Twitter Engineering Blog on __attribute__ directives. In this post, we’ll examine what __attribute__ directives are and how they can be used in development. The goal is to establish a value to using __attribute__ directives in any codebase and to provide a starting point with some directives … Continue reading __attribute__ directives in Objective-C | Twitter Engineering Blog
A week after hype surrounding Apple's delivery of it's latest iteration of iPhones, the iPhone 5S and it's cheaper cousin, the iPhone 5C, it's time to reflect on the state of Apple's innovations. No one could argue that there weren't really any surprises in this year's announcements, the internet has been … Continue reading Apple should be more service-oriented, less hardware oriented
A question I get asked quite a lot. This chart from Kivney shows the process from conception to shipping, and what is involved. I think its a good and accurate take, for you to give a ballpark estimate to your clients. How long does it take to make a mobile app? From: Kinvey Backend as … Continue reading How long does it take to build a mobile app?