What a good challenge for a designer, thanks for this nice case study!
Thank you Mathias! I found that the Apple Watch is actually a good starting point for designers who'd like to dip their toes in the engineering world.
Man, you've come a long way from last year with no knowledge of Xcode to now releasing your own game! Crazy. Congrats!
You are too kind Meng, thank you so much for being an inspiration to us all.
Also a big fan of your website and the list of people you'd like to meet/have met!
Loved the case study. Some big obstacles you overcame. Good job!
Awesome job. Downloaded the game my watch and can't stop playing. It's actually more challenging than I expected and I love that. One thing I was confused about tho was the counter at the bottom (#/3), it starts at 1 and ends on 3. When I see 3/3, to me that means I'm done, not that I'm on the last step. Could just be me tho :)
Interesting, the way I see it is "you are on the level 3 out of 3". ¯_(ツ)_/¯
This was an awesome case study. I really appreciated the personal tone—it was really easy to connect with and understand not only your thought process, but the process of going from idea to app.
Oh, thank you so much Alex!
thank you for sharing. You are very natural teacher and I frequently check out sketch casts. Thank you for your contributions.
Rafael I wrote this project a few years ago to help visualize where your interactions are happening on the iPhone. Working on a new version in Swift, but for future demo recordings it might be helpful.
Excellent use of hardware for this one. I had an idea of what this would be from the tagline, and you didn't disappoint. Nice job!
This is awesome. I'm in the process of learning iOS development for a simple iPhone and Watch app, but this is really motivating!
Oh, this is so cool! Thank you for sharing your process.
Hope it gets approved soon - I'd love to try it out :)
edit: whooops never mind- just saw the giant link to download - it seems you got it approved with the device frame inside the app preview - congrats haha
Thank you! Actually I ended up removing the App Preview. It was the only way really.