Maine IxDA presents a continuation of the Ubiquitous Computing series with the
Portland Trails project. In the previous event we discussed design
synthesis and what to do with the research data. Now we're ready to
explore the process of developing mobile applications.
Mobile App Talk with Tap Tapas
The most popular form of
ubiquitous computing in the last several years has been the use of
smartphones. With this explosion, new companies dedicate themselves to
the development of mobile applications to harness all the different
facets the technology offers. Michael DeSouza, co-founder of Tap Tapas,
knows of all the different aspects in developing these applications.
In this talk, he will enlighten us with his experiences in the design
process from start to finish and touch upon some of the lessons and
principles he and his company has learned.
More about Michael DeSouza: Co-founder of Tap Tapas in 2008,
Michael is an application strategist, designer and researcher. The
products Tap Tapas develops have been featured in New York Times, Apple,
Reuters, MSNBC, O'Reilly Publications and Fox News. Michael also
co-founded cgCraft, a leader in web design and development. Originally
from New Hampshire, he currently resides in Scarborough, Maine with his
wife and daughter.