Come learn how the team at Pound & Grain designed and built a PhoneGap application from scratch while working with Adobe's Agency Partner Program. The application is built with jQuery Mobile, CSS3 transitions and animations, and the Parse API for storing data. In this session, Sandy Fleischer from Pound & Grain will talk about:• The reasons behind the team's technology choices• The team's design/development process for creating the application• PhoneGap's advantages and disadvantages• Tips and tricks for performance, extending PhoneGap, and making the app feel native
Oakley, a designer of sunglasses, ski goggles and other innovative sports accessories, uses Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to create a merchandising app with inspiring editorial about sponsored athletes. Check out the app of the week video to see some creative applications of DPS overlays. Scroll through the editorial that seemingly appears from behind a mountain. Use the 360 degree overlay to control a snowboarder's rotations through the air.
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Apr 09, 2013
DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, InDesign, App of the Week, Teresa Demel, athletes, oakley, one icon, ski, snowboard
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