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Posted by Cameron Lockey on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
In the previous two articles, we walked through how to apply an initial "skinning" of your UISlider controls with a customizeAppearance: method in your App Delegate and how to make your UISlider controls have "sticky" values that only return integer values, rather than float values, when you slide them. Read more →
Posted by Cameron Lockey on Monday, January 28, 2013
In the last post, Making Talking2Trees: Implementing Custom UISlider Controls, Part I, we covered setting up the basic code for UI customization by adding a customizeAppearance: method in your App Delegate implementation file, and the nuts and bolts of creating your UISlider images.
Posted by Cameron Lockey on Wednesday, January 02, 2013
As our first iOS app, we knew Talking2Trees was going to be a challenge. We had to dive in head-first into the iOS SDK and learn as much as we could as fast as we could. Read more →
Posted by Allison Kozma on Monday, December 17, 2012
Too often when we sit down with a new client to talk about design for their project, they tell us that they want the famous "Apple Look." This minimal design with tons of white space, and big beautiful photography is a popular trend in web design but many folks don’t understand that the "Apple Look" has its consequences. Read more →