More of the previous shot.
BTW, should you have iPad developer friends in low (or high) places, please send them my way.
almost 4 years ago
Yes, please. Your need is shared by others.
@Cameron Is it a general problem or maybe it affects only me, that follow-up comments in the incoming activity stream appear more than once? Some appear up to 6 or 7 times!
I have an iPhone App under my belt (http://qweek.eu/mh), and I'm working on an iPhone & iPad App at the moment.
Craig, looks like you've got some great illustration skills. Are you saying you do iOS development too?
Contact Colin Barret at http://springsandstruts.com/ — he's top notch.
@Cameron: Thanks mate. I code by day and draw by night!
I have colleague who's got a few iPhone & iPad apps out there in the market too.
Find him here - http://drilbu.com/
Great, thanks for the suggestions, Craig & Shaun.
(And Craig, someone who illustrates and codes C# well is certainly a rare find!)
Well I spent 4 years at University (then the last 8 years) learning programming, all the while keeping my illustrating as a hobby.
However I'd love for the illustrations to become more of my main revenue stream, though I dont think it would pay as well as developing!
I'm an iPhone/iPad developer...what's up?
Cool, Jonah. I'll put your name down too to get in touch soon.
Cameron, my buddy does iPhone/iPad dev. His full portfolio isn't on the site, but here's the link: http://bickbot.com/
His name is Henry Balanon (@balanon).
I usually like to stick to Frontpage '98 development, but I'd be willing to try some iOS work for ya. Hit me up on my Geocities portfolio page (still under construction!)
All this to say that I have no idea how to bring that to life on iOS but would definitely use it if you did.
Cameron, maybe you should post a job listing somewhere for a developer. I have no idea where, though.
@Jim Renaud: EPIC WIN
@ Chris and @ Jim: Double lolz.
@Jim probably one of the best comments on dribbble.
@Jim yeah, not sure the best place to find a developer is a site for designers.
@Jonah I dont agree. I think it's a great place to find a developer. I'd trust someone that is recommended to me more than some random person from a Job Website...
Well, I too combine asp.net c# with design & illustration - no plans to add iPhone/iPad to that list though :-)
I agree that a recommendation has more weight than a job website - if only for the recommender to think about his reputation when recommending.
I think it's amazing the amount of talent that's on dribbble. I am a web developer, apart from designer, so it's not applicable to iOS development, at least not for native apps, but my guts tell me there are many very talented guys here (or friends of thereof) who do a great programming job as well as designing, and the power of those two things combined is def. something to look out for. Right here on dribbble :)
@Craig Well, I guess I see your point there.
@Cameron I sent an email your way to the bored @. Looks awesome!
I hope that in addition to the pencil for finger drawing, you will have a little page icon which will enable typing notes? That would be awesome.
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