Tag: iOS

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iOS Design vs. Material Design

The two giants of mobile operating systems, Android and iOS, have come a long way from their initial clunky user interface designs and with every iteration things just seem to get better.
Apple call its interface design, Human Interface design while Google named theirs as Material Design. Though they might look a bit similar as time passes, there are still some pretty big differences between the two.


WWDC 2015: What you could expect?

After a great 2014 which saw the coming of larger iPhones & Apple’s venture into Wearables with the Apple Watch, enthusiasts and shareholders will be looking keenly at what Cook & co. have in store at WWDC ’15.
Here is, what could be:


How to Pitch a Reporter?

For months and months, we build, and one always wonder, the hardest step is to get the design right; and then the development. But, in reality, the job’s only half done without a good solid PR strategy.


App Store Optimization - A tool for Mobile App discovery

Discovery of mobile applications is getting harder by the day. There are over 1.4 million apps on the App Store and more than 25,000 new apps are being added daily. In such a competitive space having just an amazing product is not enough to succeed. Marketing of the apps is equally important.


Introducing Pipes 2.0

It’s been close to 200 days since we went beta with Pipes and boy hasn’t it been a journey. We’ve come a long long way. One look at the images below and you’ll see how its worked out.

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A day at Pipes

I’ve often read that in the process of finding a job, make sure the company you pick is not a place you curse every Monday morning. Having been part of this journey at Pipes for nearly a year, I can safely say I have found the right place.