The Saint Louis Blues Pocket Schedule is normally a small folded up piece of paper that you can pick up around town and keep in your back pocket. Since the paper schedule is usually lost or washed with in a few days we thought it might make sense to bring it to life converting it into a digital mobile website. I was given just a couple days to get it going.
Because of the quick turnaround I choose the easy to use framework jQuery Mobile. This allowed fast production and easy coloring by creating a jQuery Mobile Swatch. Since jQuery Mobile is still in beta I ran into a few hiccups but got through them quickly. I look forward to the full version of jQuery Mobile and also learning other frameworks such as Sencha Touch.
I recommend pulling this up on your mobile device of course. =)
The Pomegranate phone is the ultimate all-in-one device. It puts more things in the palm of your hand than you ever thought possible: phone, email, full internet browsing, camera, video, MP3 player, GPS navigation. It is the only smart phone in the world that includes a built-in projector, global voice translator, coffee brewer, shaver and harmonica.
Imagine all the things you can do: make a fresh cup of coffee anywhere with the built-in coffee maker, watch movies or presentations up to a 72 inch screen size, speak any language you choose, shave and talk, and even play the phone as a harmonica. The Pomegranate is full of amazing features, just like the fruit it’s named after.
Speakum is a VOIP program. I was asked to layout and produce a new interface design.
I was given the Speakum logo and the interface from a previous version of the software. I then designed a new “skin” which was put all together by the software engineers in the end.