You have three big tech companies all on the mobile battleground map. Like any war-based strategy game like Starcraft or Command & Conquer you have the ability to see which sides do what. Because of the media, the Internet, and press events we see Apple, Google, and Microsoft in this mobile landscape.
What’s great is they each offer different styles. Apple with skeuomorphic, Google with hybrid, and Microsoft with purely digital. It has yet to be proven if there can be three styles on the same map comfortably playing.
There are three distinct mobile user interfaces that challenge one another all being decided upon by the end user. Any UI adjustments made create even a greater challenge. This is the case for market leader, Apple.
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App Press makes it easy for people with graphic design skills to ignore the code that comes with building an app for Android and iOS. Developers learn this code, practice this code, and use other code to promote the ease or ignorance of code.
What might sound confusing is actually even more clear than ever before. With tools like Layer Cake by MacRabbit and CSS Hat that take graphics and turn them into actual code (PSD layers to CSS) there is a trend. The trend is developing tools that make it easier to fully develop a functioning app.
This App Press is even for creative agencies or is it?
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A creative agency usually has designers and developers, but now these designers have the power of a developer like Spiderman being able to spin a web.
Creativity should be increased, but when development is now second-hand the reality of higher creativity might be restricted. It takes two some would argue to create a good or even great app. Designers and developers.
@MattRix, the same guy who is behind Trainyard for iOS brings you Scorekeeper. I thought I noticed the sounds in Trainyard during this quick demo. The UI is clean, functional, and entertaining.
Well done Electric Grandpa.
Super impressed with Scorekeeper. – Jason Fried