> Good afternoon.
> I would like to be involved more in the iPHONE apps. So if you have a
> website for tutorials, documentation and develop I would be so thankful. I am
> interactive, graphic and industrial designer.
> Thanks in advance
> Gio Montoya
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> --- On Sun, 7/11/10, rachel.i.simpson /<firstname.lastname@example.org>/ wrote:
>> From: rachel.i.simpson <email@example.com>
>> Subject: Re: [IxDA] Mocking up applications for the iPhone
>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Date: Sunday,
>> July 11, 2010, 4:11 AM
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'll have a look at OmniGiraffe- I've seen it mentioned a few times in other
>> dicussions:) Thomas- I'm reading over that tutorial you sent at the moment.
>> This one looks especially feasible for our group given our areas of
>> expertise. Brian- your idea could also work, very cool. And Dave, that's a
>> great suggestion! I'm checking out the TestiPhone- which I think will be
>> perfect for demo-ing the app when we're not in the room.
>> Thanks to everyone for all of the help! I'm really happy to be connected to
>> such an amazing group of people through this list!
>> On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 6:51 PM, ranimanoharan <email@example.com 
>> > wrote:
>>> I'm currently working on an iPhone app too. I mock up the screens in
>> OmniGraffle (there are some nice stencils
>> for the common controls, and it's fairly easy to draw custom ones), and then
>> port the images into Axure to mockup the interactions. It's a little
>> tedious, but probably faster than using Flash.
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