Shortly after my might-be-annual trip to join fellow SXSW Interactive attendees to talk tech with the Texas Governor (thanks this year to Adam Beaugh), I discussed with the Texas Rangers assigned to the office the highly improbable possibility that we might see Governor Perry checking into his barber shop via foursquare or Gowalla. “That is most likely a security risk we would not allow,” they stated with an earnest cool about them.
The purpose of this topic is to identify new technologies and features used in front-end web development that can impact/enhance a designs direction based solely on the projects technology and environment. Additionally, this will uncover the missing procedure required to implement this process and how to start using it.
While this article was written primarily for the design aspect of a creative team, there are some great tips that can apply to everyone!
I have developed some interesting theories about marketing to iPhone & iPod Touch users. But theories are little more than speculation, it takes an experimentalist to keep the theorist honest. With that in mind, this will be the first in a series of blog posts in which I will explain the experiments we can use to seek out the answers to many of the questions you may have about the value of designing your marketing to engage the over 3 million active iPhone users and the 20 million iPod Touch units sold.