Busy times just before the summer holidays when I try to wireframe, design (and probably cut up most of the graphics) for two applications we are working on right now at More Mobile Relations.
First one is a data usage application for an telecom operator that will be available for iPhone and Android sometimes early autumn. The second one is a video editing application for iPad and iPhone that will be available later this autumn.
Both really fun projects and I have posted some sneak previews on Dribbble. The sneak previews for the data usage application and here is the video editing application.
End of November I attended the MobX Conference in Berlin and became a lucky winner of a brand new, in Sweden not yet released, Nokia Lumia 800. Short summary of MobXCon in Swedish. The first Windows Phone 7 release from Nokia with the new “Mango” 7.5 OS version. In this post I will try to summarize my experiences from using the Lumia hands on.
Just to give you some background info of my previous smartphone experience. I bought a iPhone 2G 2007 and used that for more than two years, have had a iPhone 3GS after that, used a HTC Desire for about 9 months and right now I am using the Lumia and a iPhone 4S.
Unfortunatly its not possible to screen dump on WP7 (unless you developer unlock it for $99 and side load a 3rd party application) and I honestly believe that it is a big draw back for users not to be able to share screen dumps and spread the word about WP7. But I will try to illustrate my examples with some images from the official Windows Phone templates PSD.