Wednesday App Clinic – Update

Canonical

on 26 September 2013

Tags: Design

Over the last few weeks, we’ve enjoyed running 2 Wednesday App Clinics. Thanks to all those who sent us their apps and questions. It’s been a fantastic response! It certainly has helped us to see how you’ve been using the design guides and the components, and I hope it has helped you.

The first clinic started with an introduction and then feedback on a Brad Wells’ Blackjack app, and Marcin Leśniowski’s Skydiving logbook app. The second clinic included Michael Zanetti’s GetMeWheels, Daniel Beck’s RamSamSam RSS reader and Szymon Waliczek’s uShopper shopping list apps.

Screenshot from 2013-09-26 10:22:43

If you would like feedback or to ask a particular question (and to see your app featured!) send a screenshot or link to design@canonical.com before 1pm UTC on Tuesday.

To watch previous clinics go to the Ubuntu OnAir youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/UbuntuOnAir.

The clinics are on Wednesdays at 1pm UTC at http://ubuntuonair.com/ . Join us (or watch later) to find out more.

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