Thanks for visiting our brand spanking new website. This is a work in progress, an experiment without a version number. Things will change and evolve over time once we figure out what we want to do with this thing. One thing’s for sure—calling this a beta would be just lazy. We don’t wanna be like that, do we? "
Boom! We make future happen. This week’s weeknote is self-congratulatory.
We were awakened to a realisation of our current line-up of projects which are simply awesome.
Vuoden Huiput 2011, Grand One 2012, Flurry & SXSW, mobile applications, future and copycats recap.
We have stuff in competitions again and we discuss some recent incidents of people copying our website.
Start of the year weeknote summarizes a bunch of mobile and other things completed or started in the turn of the year.
Time flies when you’re finishing projects and waiting for Santa Claus. And let’s hear it for 2012, which starts in a secretive mood.
Things related to #wp7 #tablets #mobile #internetofthings #apps4finland #pelotoncamp
Visited Apps4Finland, shipped some mobile & tablet apps and participated in some competitions, sort of.
Stories about great success and great failure, mobile apps and resources.
Windows Phone 7 We released our thoughts on Windows Phone 7 User Experience, and a Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet to help designers and developers get on board to designing WP7 applications faster. They received a really nice response, and were tweeted by the Windows Phone Design Team and Smashing Magazine, among other interesting entities. [...]
A downloadable Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet to help mobile interaction designers.
Hello, here’s a little something helpful for all you interaction designers out there — Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet! We did it here at Nordkapp to help us design some of our recent WP7 projects. It’s somewhat ashamedly based on Microsoft’s Design Guideline document(s). We’ve dug out only the important bits, added some other comments [...]
We take a look at Windows Phone 7 from the user's perspective.
Following an internal ‘end user’ review of Windows Phone 7 a few weeks ago, there is a lot which we feel is ‘right’ about the platform and admirable to have accomplished in just under a year. On the flipside, the speed at which WP7 was developed has left some gaping holes and rushed, neglected features. [...]