We are currently working on an iPad app for pilots that will require different viewing modes for day and night. We are aware of the built-in feature that iPads have, but are curious about common practices and conventions that may exist in regards to this sort of design. Does anyone have any idea where we should be looking for information on this?
Hi Everyone- I've taken a pot shot at making a first event! Many of us are located North of the city so I've set a date of Thursday, Feb.28th at the Oberoi Mall BBC @ 8pm (the BBC is on the 3rd floor near PVR cinema).
I'd appreciate it if you could please take 5 minutes to complete this survey on continuing education. Please feel free to forward the survey link (below) to others you think might be interested in continuing education and graduate studies.
Hack Night SLC is just around the corner (Feb 21) and we finally got the website launched this evening. Hack Night SLC is a free event open to everyone, focused on providing an opportunity for developers, designers, students, etc. to gather and work on projects in a collaborative evnironment. There will be free food, and it's going to be a great opportunity to get to know the community here in the valley a little bit better.
I work in a small high tech group at a R&D company. We are developing some interactive systems for a heads-up display, and I'm looking to get feedback on my design work. Basically our options right now are to publish to big academic conferences like CHI or UIST, or basically keep totally quiet. The problem is that our work is not JUST scientific or JUST academic, but also we have more visual and interactive design stuff that communities like CHI don't critique the same way that say a community on behance.net would criticize.