Author Archives: FTLapps

  • TrackDay Logo Prototype

    Posted on May 1, 2012 by in Development, TrackDay

    To guide our designers, here’s a rough cut at the current icon and splash screens we have in mind: iTunesArtwork.png Icons: iTunes-Page1.png Splash Screens: http://www.48hourslogo.com/project.php?id=11239

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  • iPhone and iPad Icon Development

    Posted on April 29, 2012 by in Development, Home Impressions

      Producing product art in the 21st Century has been revolutionized by sites like 48HoursLogo.com.  After the competing designers have produced an extraordinary range of creative variations, the client must select a winner — often, there’s a strong sense that it would be nice to be able to use three or four of the logo […]

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  • FeatureMapper Is In The Field

    Posted on March 22, 2012 by in FeatureMapper, News, Products

    Released in the App Store Thursday, March 15th for iPhone and iPad, the $9.99 app has sold well in its first week. FeatureMapper enables low-cost field data collection for utility workers, tree trimming companies, environmental consultants, and all other service staff gathering ad hoc information about the facilities that they maintain or service in the field. […]

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  • ColorAssist HTML Color Names

    Posted on January 26, 2012 by in ColorAssist, Products

    Both ColorAssist Free Edition and ColorAssist (the paid edition) include HTML color names which can be enabled by the ColorAssist user on the Settings screen. In the HTML4 and CSS3 standards the W3C adopted the X11 standard color names as the “Extended color keywords” recognized by browsers.  Augmenting the nearly 900 color names included in ColorAssist, this […]

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  • ColorAssist Color Names

    Posted on January 25, 2012 by in ColorAssist, Products

    Both ColorAssist Free Edition and Color Assist (the paid edition) include nearly 900 color names used to identify the colors seen by the iPhone.  ColorAssist gets its smarts thanks to everyone contributing to Wikipedia’s List of Colors. To ensure that the names are useful to color blind people, we have augmented that list for a few of the color […]

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