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Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
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Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad
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Stanford CS193P - Designing for iPad

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Guest lecture for Stanford CS193P (iPhone Application Programming) on February 12, 2010.

Guest lecture for Stanford CS193P (iPhone Application Programming) on February 12, 2010.

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  • I just won a free iPhone 32GB here :) http://gadgetsforyou.net
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  • very interesting about this presentational ipad
    it's actually the maximum
    the coolest are the applications for it
    http://www.nuvenuschovendus.blog.br/
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  • I really love this innovative tablet-pc from Apple. It really changed my evenings, to chill on my couch and surf around the web. It´s also great when you travel and get the right ipad tarif, so you can really use it everywhere you want. I also made an website about the iPad, if you wan´t to visit, you are welcome :)

    Also very nice presentation ;)

    http://www.ipaddatentarife.de
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  • I like the potential of the iPad. Its going to a long term money maker for apple:
    http://www.loogos.org/articles/how-to-get-an-apple-ipad-tablet-for-free
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  • You can find more ipad cases here. Thanks!
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  • 1. Designing for iPad Evan Doll
  • 2. Who am I? • Evan Doll • Former Apple employee • 3 years on iPhone • Co-taught CS193P
  • 3. Who am I? • Not an Apple employee • Waiting in line outside the Apple Store just like you
  • 4. Today • How iPad changes everything • Where does it fit? • Designing great apps
  • 5. Remember I am not an Apple employee!
  • 6. First Things First • I don’t know any iPad secrets • No SDK discussion today
  • 7. How iPad Changes Everything
  • 8. Obligatory photo:
  • 9. “Make the screen five inches by eight inches, and you’ll rule the world.” - Alan Kay http://bit.ly/dAXgsQ
  • 10. News Flash: Computers are still too complicated
  • 11. Those who design & build computers are most likely to forget this
  • 12. The Gulf of Knowledge
  • 13. Hackers Bloggers Tech columnists You
  • 14. Keep this in mind when evaluating new technology
  • 15. What’s wrong with the status quo?
  • 16. Files
  • 17. “On Mac OS X, the /System/Library/ folder... contains over 90,000 items, not one of which a typical user should ever need to see or touch.” - John Gruber http://daringfireball.net/2009/12/the_tablet
  • 18. My mom has ~100 files on her desktop
  • 19. Mouse
  • 20. Geeks still argue about 1-button vs. 2-button mice
  • 21. http://bit.ly/b5q9mK
  • 22. The mouse is a bug, not a feature
  • 23. Your Stanford C.S. Degree
  • 24. To your family, this still means “tech support”
  • 25. Not just a generation gap
  • 26. Opportunity to fundamentally rethink computing
  • 27. Where does it fit?
  • 28. http://ohnodoom.com/ibap/
  • 29. While driving At a restaurant During the opera
  • 30. While driving At a restaurant During the opera
  • 31. http://www.flickr.com/photos/arvindgrover/3163495351/
  • 32. http://www.flickr.com/photos/missnita/2086268311/
  • 33. http://www.flickr.com/photos/isurusen/3435278992/
  • 34. http://www.flickr.com/photos/eneas/4028061789/
  • 35. Laptops and iPhones are often antisocial
  • 36. iPad is more inviting and shareable
  • 37. Multi-user interactions
  • 38. Presenter + Viewer
  • 39. Multiplayer games
  • 40. http://www.flickr.com/photos/poodleface/482570681/
  • 41. Combine iPhones + iPad?
  • 42. Multiple Touches
  • 43. Room for two (or more) hands
  • 44. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bekahstargazing/378678206/
  • 45. Designing Great Apps
  • 46. (My) Three Rules
  • 47. 1. It’s not an iPhone 2. Don’t break the flow 3. Make it feel real
  • 48. 1. It’s not an iPhone
  • 49. “It’s just a big iPod touch!” - Someone on the Internet
  • 50. Hardware? Maybe. Software? NO!
  • 51. Don’t just recompile your iPhone app
  • 52. Apps that do this will not be well-received
  • 53. 2. Don’t break the flow
  • 54. “One view onscreen” no longer the only way
  • 55. Use split views
  • 56. Don’t abuse it
  • 57. Use popovers for modal content
  • 58. Full-screen transitions can be disorienting on a large display
  • 59. 3. Make it feel real
  • 60. Direct manipulation
  • 61. Tactile, physical interface design
  • 62. Postage Classics ConvertBot
  • 63. Realistic sound effects
  • 64. Animations!
  • 65. Not just eye candy
  • 66. Help user to build a mental map of your app
  • 67. Some specific tips:
  • 68. Read the Human Interface Guidelines
  • 69. Work with a great designer
  • 70. 4x the pixels = 4x the ugly
  • 71. Performance is a BIG DEAL
  • 72. Test on a real iPad for performance and usability
  • 73. Build a paper iPad http://mashable.com/2010/02/08/paper-ipad/
  • 74. Reading List • http://flyosity.com/ipad/the-ipad- is-for-everyone-but-us.php • http://joehewitt.com/post/ipad/ • http://www.tomloverro.com/ 2010/02/06/ipad-analysis- history-repeats-itself/
  • 75. In summary...
  • 76. New platforms don’t come along often
  • 77. We are living in exciting times
  • 78. The possibilities are endless
  • 79. Go forth & develop!
  • 80. Thanks! @edog1203

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