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Building The Web App For Unicef’s Tap Campaign: A Case Study

    Since a smartphone landed in almost everyone’s pocket, developers have been faced with the question of whether to go with a mobile website or a native app. Native applications offer the smoothest and most feature-rich user experience in almost every case. They have direct access to the GPU, making layer compositions and pixel movements buttery-smooth. They provide native UI frameworks that end users are ...

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Involving Clients In Your Mobile Workflow

    A lot of mobile-minded talented folks across the globe produce great work, but yet sometimes you still hear many of them complain about their relationships with their clients. They often mention feeling isolated and not truly understanding what the client really needed. This lack of personal interaction often leads to misunderstanding, as well as less awareness of and appreciation for all your hard work ...

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Community Project: The Tuts+ Illustrator Wireframe Kit

Calling all community members! We have a little project for you to take part in! We're compiling a wireframe kit for Adobe Illustrator, built by you, the Tuts+ community.  Wait, What? Wireframe Wa..? Wireframes are a way of sorting through the noise, of clarifying the purpose and functionality of a product. For websites that means laying out simple page elements to establish visual and functional relationsh ...

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20 Awesome Mobile User Interface Animations

Advertise here via BSA Storyboards and static screenshots don’t show any dynamism, whereas wireframes are visually plain and boring. Showcasing mobile app concept with how a screen or a particular function works in the app via gif animation is one of the lovely presentation skills of app developer and designer. The Design Inspiration has shared an article: 20 Incredible Mobile UI Animations in GIFs , highli ...

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How To Plan Your Next Mobile E-Commerce Website

    The O’Neill Clothing store had a nearly 600% revenue increase from going responsive, and Skinny Ties saw a 377.6% increase in revenue for iPhones after going responsive as well. Even Think Tank Photo’s transactions on smartphones and tablets increased by more than 96%… go figure! In this article, we’ll walk through all of the vital steps when planning a highly converting mobile e-commerce website. The m ...

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Getting Your App Ready For iOS 7′s New Dynamic Interactions

    There’s no need to bust out a physics textbook to make your iOS 7 app’s views animate like real-world objects. With iOS 7’s new Dynamics API, views can be influenced by gravity, attached to each other with springs, and bounced up against boundaries and each other. Physics engines are no stranger to game designers. Whether it’s the perfect gravity-induced parabolas of Angry Birds or the swinging candy in ...

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Content Collective, March 13, 2014 – Social Media

Content Collective, March 13, 2014 – Social Media is a post by SEO expert Andy Eliason . For information about our SEO services or more great SEO tips and tricks, visit the SEO.com blog . Social media is a critical part of modern online marketing campaigns, but unfortunately too many companies either don’t understand its importance or overestimate its abilities. Just like the other elements of online market ...

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How They Did It: Apple’s “Elevating the Expedition”

We're tackling a big one today: Apple’s " Elevating the expedition " iPad marketing page. Arguably it's an impressive site in itself, showing off some powerful JavaScript and CSS. Apple has also taken the concept of target audience very seriously in their decisions with this site. Let's dive in! A First Glance: Fundamental Elements This site comes as an addition to a long list of sites which utilize scrolli ...

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