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We released another update to Tickets, our iPad app for managing your projects in the online bug tracking platform Lighthouse, bringing it up to 1.2.


Some thoughts on a trend that seems to happen far too often: software being optimised for the developer's experience rather than the user's experience

design, ux

A look at another app we worked on last year, Tate Trumps Anywhere, where you can now interact with Tate Modern's game wherevere you are.

art, games, ios

A look at PlaceWhisper's 2.1 update, with a new look, collections, and embeddable maps for the web.


A christmas time release of a book that I helped a client turn into an app.

games, ios

Tickets, our Lighthouse based issue tracking app for the iPad, has crept up to version 1.1. There's no new functionality in this release, but it does represent a big leap forward in terms of performance for those of you with large projects.


Over the weekend PlaceWhisper 2.2 quietly slipped into the app store. It's a sort of mixed bag releases, with a number of small changes to different aspects of PlaceWhisper, so we thought we'd quickly run through them with you.


A look at PlaceWhispers companion website, designed to let you access all your location based text, images, and audio when at your desk.

placewhisper, web

It's been barely a week since the last update to Tickets, our iPad client for the Lighthouse issue tracking system, was released, and now here's another update already to give it a good performance boost!

ipad, tickets

We're happy to announce the PlaceWhisper 2.1 update is live in the app store, which fixes a bunch of issues for iOS 5, and incorporates a bunch of user interface improvements based on feedback from users, trying to make it easier to explore the world around you.

ios, placewhisper
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