Autumn School: Distinguishing your mobile application

20/11/2013 - 18:30
20/11/2013 - 20:00

Venue: University of Bristol lecture theatre 1.18 in the Queens building.

Speakers: Hannah Tempest and Nan Xu

This is the third talk in the Mobile App Development Spring school. See the main article for the complete school program. Booking and payment is required.

Continuing on from the development session but you will learn more about the types of features that you may want to use to distinguish your application e.g. GPS, actuator, compass, building an attractive GUI, etc.

User centred design:

  • Understanding your user
  • Process from scamps to prototypes
  • Future app strategy

Welcome to Bonjour on iOS:

  • What is Bonjour and its concepts
  • Bonjour API architecture and operations.
  • Basic code walkthrough
  • Simply application demo

Hannah Tempest, Senior Designer, Mubaloo

Hannah has over 10 years experience in design for the technology sector. Making the move to mobile in 2009, Hannah has built up an impressive portfolio which includes designing the apps for David Lloyd, Scania and RAC. As senior designer at Mubaloo, Hannah specialises in multi-platform UI and UX design, wire framing, web, interface and logo design.

Nan Xu On Bonjour

Nan Xu is Director of Operations at Red7Mobile Ltd, and he is also a senior iOS developer and PRINCE2 certified project manager. Nan has excellent tracking record of developing, managing and delivering mobile apps for all modern mobile platforms. He specialises in team performance, development process, complex data structure on mobile, network and security implementation in iOS. Before joining Red7Mobile, he was the Head of Development at Mubaloo and helped formalise the development process.

And Hannah's slides

Here are the Slides from Hannah's talk.

Change of venue

Please note that we have had to move this event to lecture theatre 1.18 in the Queens building.

On Bonjour slides

Nan Xu has provided a copy of the slides from his talk