Apple announced the release of iOS 8 as the biggest thing since the development of the app store itself, and they might not be too far off. iOS 8 was built specifically to create new tools for users as well as for developers. Overall, any feature that is available for users will also be available to implement in new apps that are developed for the platform. This means that developers will have more opportunity than ever before to utilize the features that have been developed by Apple as well as add to those features for the benefit of their audiences and users.
Worry Free LabsTop Mobile Apps for the Summer in New York
At Worry Free Labs we eat, live and breathe mobile apps, so our team of mobile designers and developers frequently share mobile apps we enjoy using, have great user experiences and add value to our lives.
As a faithful New York Mets fan (sometimes against my better judgment) I follow my team’s Instagram feed where I check out photos of pre-game warm-ups, PR events, game highlights, and post-win celebrations.
As far as I can tell, most of the fellow 85,000 followers are Mets fans too. We want to see our boys in blue and orange swing the bat, sign autographs, and get the occasional home run. After a recent victory, lots of “way-to-go-get-’em” comments were posted to a photo of the game-winning run.
Worry Free LabsDay in the Life of a Mobile UX Designer
Micah Heiselt is a Director of User Experience at Worry Free Labs and has designed many great mobile products for our clients. He has a bit of a unique story in how he started working with WFL. He approached our company because he was looking for a mobile application development team in New York to build a mobile application he designed. But, after meeting Micah and reviewing his design work, we quickly realized how talented he was and hired him to be a lead UX designer. He's been helping our clients design great products ever since.