Last week, Luke Wroblewski brought us the first video in his “Re-imagining Apps for Ultrabook” series titled
One of the most exciting developments to come around in the personal computing space in the last several years is touch.
Depending on who you talk to, Twitter is the best thing since sliced bread, or, it’s a useless social media fad full of marketing spam.
As touch design becomes more prevalent in the computing world, especially with the next Windows touch-enabled release and touch-enabled Ultrabooks™ this fall, we’re starting to hear more discussion
IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics convention right after CES, closed this past week having debuted a whole host of mouthwatering technology.
In the first article of this series, we went over the basics of how search engine
Whether you’re a seasoned developer who has submitted many different apps to the various consumer digital storefronts available, or you’re a newbie who’s just getting started in this exciting field
In the first article of this series, we went over the basics of what app store optim
We’ve heard quite a bit about touch design principles from the always eloquent Luke W (you can read about what he came up with in his very well done video series