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Popstamatic, pop art creator for the iPhone

Popstamatic is an art creator app for the iPhone which takes a normal photo and transforms it into Andy Warhol inspired pop art. With a retro, whimsical look and feel inspired by Warhol's work and his time period, the app uses a straight-forward flow to capture a photo from the camera (or use one that already exists on the device), automatically process it, allow user customization and finally save the resulting art on the device and share it with friends. Seemingly random, the irregular shapes of the UI match and connect with each-other to create an effervescent yet flowing user experience.

Spring Ahead & Fall Back, an iPhone and iPad app

Spring Ahead & Fall Back is an app for iPhone and iPad that enables users to discover when and where Daylight Saving Time events take place, and when they should switch their clocks. The design makes use of stark contrast, subtle lighting effects, as well as seamless transitions to create a compelling and fluent user experience. An extensive set of unique icons and illustrations reinforces the distinctive look and feel of the app.

TapTheExpert iPhone App

TapTheExpert is an online service offering advice, in the form of quizzes and guides, on virtually any topic. Guides are delivered to the iPhone platform via the iPhone app, which provides an intuitive and coherent user experience, as a result of mapping and implementing common usage scenarios. The app is clearly branded as part of the TapTheExpert service through unique UI icons, art and most importantly, an expressive app icon that stands out on the springboard. The app complies with the Apple iPhone guidelines for design and interaction, ensuring a familiar user experience.

SpicyNodes iPhone App Prototype

SpicyNodes is a visually engaging and interactive way for visitors to explore concept maps (such as site maps) and immediately access the information they need. The prototype app design was conceived to deliver individual nodemaps as stand-alone apps for the iPhone. The UI follows Apple's recommendations for app design and common conventions, while also adapting to the particular aspects of using a SpicyNodes nodemap on a small touch screen device.