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Design For Mobile To Sell Local

By Intridea on May 9, 2013

Increasingly, consumers initiate local purchases on their mobile devices, and if they like what they see, go into a store and buy. Are you ready for them?

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The Tablet Frontier: MoDevTablet

By Anthony Nyström on September 4, 2012

Last April we sponsored the first MoDevUX event in Washington DC and helped facilitate some important conversations about user experience design and application development with hundreds of industry experts. We had the opportunity to take the stage to share some of our insight gained from developing beautiful, modern mobile applications over...

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Intridea Client, Demosphere, Launches Mobile Score Reporting App

By Intridea on October 6, 2011

Demosphere, a leading provider of web-based administrative tools for youth sports organizations approached our mobile development team to help give their users mobile accessibility. For some time, they have provided an IVR interface to youth sports organizations to phone in results of soccer matches via cell phone voice commands. Demosphere...

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MobileUXCamp Debriefing

By Jürgen Altziebler on September 29, 2011

Earlier this month we brought our expertise in mobile development and design to MobileUXCamp in DC. As we facilitated discussions throughout the day we were able to interact with motivated, creative mobile enthusiasts. We talked about how mobile design standards have influenced web design; we talked about our UX process, and we even delved into...

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Intridea Supports Mobile Development Education At Mobile UX Camp

By Jürgen Altziebler on August 30, 2011

This year we're proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of Mobile UX Camp DC, a mobile technology themed BarCamp. The event is supported by other leading technology companies and will be attended by mobile application developers, content writers and marketers, and others that want to gain an understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation in the mobile...

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Common Pitfalls to Avoid When Designing Mobile Apps

By Julian Mellicovsky on April 5, 2011

A lot has been written on the subject of “what makes a *great* native mobile app”. There is plenty of literature on the matter in books, cheat sheets, and well-meaning blog posts. At Intridea we spend a lot of time focusing on what it means to create really great mobile applications; therefore, we want to share some tips on the process. In this...

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A Web Developer Goes Native (with Android)

By Michael Bleigh on September 13, 2010

In the past week I've jumped head-first into Android development for a new Intridea project. This is my first time doing any real Android development as well as my first jump back to Java since I graduated from college. I thought it might be interesting to catalog some of my experiences developing for the platform, so here they are:

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Car Finder 2.0 Now Available for iPhone

By Brendan Lim on July 14, 2010

If you have both a car and an iPhone, then you might be as excited as we are that Car Finder 2.0 is now available in the App Store! Car Finder 2.0 is chock-full of additional features and makes finding your car easier and more accurate than ever. One of the best new features of Car Finder 2.0 is Parking Meter Notification. When you mark the...

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Oil Reporter Now Available for iPad

By Brendan Lim on June 24, 2010

Now we've gone one step further and created a new Oil Reporter application specifically for the iPad. Oil Reporter for iPad enables you to see the latest reports as soon as they come in. You can view a detailed mapping of all of the submitted reports along with an easy-to-read list. You can even drill down and view detailed information...

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On Android and Custom UIs

By Michael Bleigh on June 22, 2010

I think that Android is a very important project that came along at just the right time. It has applications far beyond mobile handsets and we’ll begin seeing Android in cars, tablets, and more in the very near future. This will mean even more work will be poured into the Android ecosystem creating greater and greater benefits for everyone...

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Mashable Now Available for iPad

By Brendan Lim on May 3, 2010

Mashable is one of the world’s largest blogs focused exclusively on Web 2.0 and Social Media news, with more than 15 million monthly pageviews. We were very excited when approached to develop their iPad application. Mashable already had a very popular iPhone application and it was our job to figure out the best way to take advantage of the...

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Grub.it Launched - Location-Based Dish Review Web & Mobile Application

By Brendan Lim on March 16, 2010

Today we are excited to officially launch Grub.it, a location-based web and mobile application that enables people to find or review individual dishes at restaurants wherever they may be. Grub.it exists to help you find top notch meals wherever you are and aims to connect you with local specialties, hidden gems and exquisite dishes in general.

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iPhone Hack Day at Viget Labs

By Brent Collier on August 14, 2009

I recently spent a day hanging out with a few of the guys at Viget Labs hacking on the iPhone. Ben Scofield, the Technology Director at Viget Labs, was leading an iPhone development primer for a few of Viget's finest, and they were nice enough to let a handful of "outsiders" join the fun.

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