WWDC 2012 dissected by design, The impact of Retina MacBooks and the design decisions in iOS 6. With Seth Clifford from Nickelfish, Marc Edwards from Bjango, Brad Ellis from Pacific Helm, Rene Ritchie from iMore.com and Dave Wiskus from Black Pixel. (Apologies for audio issues -- this was gorilla podcasting!)
Josh Clark of Global Moxie, Seth Clifford of Nickelfish, Marc Edwards of Bjango, Phill Ryu of Impending, and Rene Ritchie of iMore talk gesture-based user interface: buttonless UI, discoverability, digital authenticity, and the future of gestures. This is Iterate!
Marc Edwards of Bjango, Neven Mrgan of Panic, Dave Wiskus of Black Pixel, and Rene Ritchie of iMore discuss Adobe's new Photoshop CS6 beta: favorite new features, lingering gripes, workflows and tools, the future of Fireworks, and onwards to CS7. This is Iterate.
David Bardnard of App Cubby, Seth Clifford of Nickelfish, Marc Edwards of Bjango, Gedeon Maheux of the Iconfactory, and Rene Ritchie of iMore discuss designing and updating for Retina and HiDPI displays: preparation, process, tools, formats, distribution, and the future of resolution. This is an Iterate round-table!
Marc, Rene, and Seth iterate about the new iPad Retina display, Photoshop touch, Jonathan Ive, the Android UI template, Android Niceties, and the Google Play rebranding, and interrogate Sebastiaan de With. This is Iterate!
Marc, Seth, and Rene iterate about OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, how to balance security with convenience for user permissions, and Google Chrome for Android, and interrogate Michael Flarup from Robotcat and Pixel Resort. This is Iterate!
Marc, Seth, and Rene iterate about high-concept eBooks and page-curl API, Bjango's Skala Preview, RealMac's Clear, ScoreKeeper XL, and the Metro-fication of iOS apps, and interrogate Dave Wiskus of Black Pixel about design... and what's wrong with PhotoShop
Marc, Seth, and Rene iterate about the iPhone mute switch (sigh), Android interface guidelines, Windows Phone at CES 2012, and PNG compression redux, and interrogate Mike Rundle of Flyosity. Plus, we sneak a question to Joe Belfiore of Windows Phone. This is Iterate!