By Kylie Holman Apps have become an indispensable part of our lives. You have an app for your grocery store, your bank, your apartment, your intramural ping pong team, everything. Anyone who had a Zippo lighter app on their iPod knows that not all apps are set...
The world is constantly changing. 10 years ago the first smartphones were being released, mobile apps were beginning to surface, and you couldn’t talk to a small little device named Alexa to order all your groceries for the month.
Consider that a designer’s headstrong nature, or picky tendencies, are actually born of genuine and reasonable intent. Maybe we could even rephrase the question, “Why are designers so picky?” to “Why are designers so intensely opinionated and passionate?”
Michael has been in the Omaha video production scene for over six years, both running a team and as a freelancer. There’ve been a lot of important lessons along the way, but here’s a few that he’s found most useful since he struck out on his own.
Jordi and Marchele, two of appsky’s main developers put their heads together to provide a list of bullet points on why you don’t need to go to college to be a developer. With both being largely self-taught, they’re the perfect people to provide insight on this subject.
We’ve all been there…sometimes we just need a change of scenery. Working at the same places all the time can get old, so the appsky team has come up with a list of their places to work outside of the office or your own home.