Compath.me –Web & iPhone App Design
Compath.me now launches a web service that works in sync with its iPhone app. The iPhone app also has a major update to 1.4. I’ve been working fully for this project for the last couple of months as lead designer and that’s part of the reason I couldn’t update this blog lately (sorry!). I worked on every pixel on both iPhone and web app this time and all other things you can see of Compath.me.
Some of the features includes photo-import from Facebook & instagram on the website and see them categorized on a map on iPhone. ‘My Memo’ always tells you your saved locations with 1 tap. Every information is location based and shown graphically by location. So if you have lots of geotagged photos on Facebook/Instagram and are wondering how best to compile them by location, this is da bomb!
June 27, 2012 | Categories: app, iphone, SNS, social networking | Tags: app, Compath.me, iphone, web app | Leave a comment
I got interviewed by Lisa Katayama and it’s posted in io9.com and Gizmodo.com! It’s also introduced in her blog. Thanks a lot, Lisa!!
By the way, I’m working on a new calendar design for August. It’ll be ready pretty soon. Hope you come back to check it out.
August 2, 2008 | Categories: calendar, Design, SNS, social networking, wallpaper | Tags: August, calendar, Design, desktop, Gizmodo.com, interview, io9.com, wallpaper | 6 Comments
Website / blog header image
I resized one of the images I made for a calendar to be used to a header image of a website/blog.
Feel free to download and use it.
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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.
February 2, 2008 | Categories: 3D, blogging, Design, social networking, wallpaper | Tags: 850, blog, Design, free, header, image, website | 2 Comments
Upload New Posts/Photos At A Time
I’m kind of new to this social networking services, so I’m not sure if there’s a service like this already. What I’m thinking is to upload a new blog post or a photo/image to multiple services AT A TIME FROM THE DESKTOP. Drag and drop the file from the desktop to this application, choose what to do to it, like upload, edit or delete (cancel). You can add the options to multiple services and upload it at a time. I’m skipping all the possible small glitches to adjust, but I hope you get the image of it.
That way, you can visually understand which file/post goes to which services.
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January 18, 2008 | Categories: Design, future, inspiration, social networking, technology, web2.0 | Tags: application, desktop, social networking, technology, web2.0 | Leave a comment