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  • When most people think of mobile app startups, their mind subconsciously assumes iPhone. iOS is ubiquitous: Apple’s grasp on the mobile market is tight, but they are slipping. More and more users are gravitating towards Android devices and each year sees the two growing closer in device design and function. Yet, the main division remains […] The post Consider Android App Development, Even if You H...

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  • In recent years, augmented reality (AR) has become more and more commonplace in the world of entertainment. If you’re a gamer, the mainstream adoption of AR is a welcome development that makes for immersive experiences. For example, the Pokemon Go app went viral for integrating AR in its debut. And building off the AR craze […] The post Augmenting the Future: Exploring the Practicality of AR Apps ...

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  • What Is The “I” Bug? When you type the letter i, your iPhone predictive text shows that you’re about to insert a weird A[?] symbol, but when you actually type out the I, it looks totally normal. This is what it looks like:   But when you see your iMessage on your laptop, it looks […] The post iOS 11 autocorrect bug typing the letter capital I appeared first on Fueled.

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  • As we’ve learned from The Social Network, many new tech innovations are born with a completely different function than what we use them for today. But when it comes to purpose, many pieces of tech, be it old, discarded, or simply in transit are brought to life anew via repurposing. It’s the most clever echelon […] The post Innovative Uses of Tech Designers Never Anticipated appeared first on Fuele...

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  • Clients come to Fueled with a genuine passion and excitement to build better products. These are people who have spent countless hours pouring over competitive research and pitching their idea to friends and family, eagerly awaiting a positive reaction. Unfortunately, we’re not so quick to give that approval. The Three Questions Given our experience working […] The post Tough Love: How to Build Be...

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  • Running popular social media accounts may seem like a career for the stereotypical lazy millennial, but it’s serious business for influencers. Let’s get something out of the way. We’re not talking about celebrities who get paid to pose in crop-tops with that “skinny tea” on Instagram (here’s looking at you, Khloe Kardashian). Celebrity spokespeople are […] The post What Companies Can Learn From So...

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  • Check the App Store charts and you’ll see a trend that you should expect. None of the top-grossing apps are paid in the traditional sense; they’re “free apps”. Netflix and Pandora offer subscriptions, Clash of Clans has in-app purchases, and have you seen the ads on Candy Crush? The days of $0.99 apps are long […] The post Why Apps That Make the Most Money Are Free Apps appeared first on Fueled.

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  • The biggest challenges refugees face today are not immediate or obvious. Escaping danger in their home countries is just the beginning of their journey to rebuild their lives. Finding a job, learning a new financial system, picking a bank, getting a credit card — these are all necessary yet challenging steps to establishing permanent residency, […] The post Hacking the American Dream: Building a T...

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  • You’re probably familiar with the classic foam poster board covered in paint swatches and carpet samples. This kind of mood board is as essential to our idea of “design” as a pair of horn-rimmed glasses and tapestry vest. For what seems like forever, designers of all stripes have used a physical collage of imagery to […] The post Mood Boards Aren’t Just for Designers appeared first on Fueled.

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  • If social media is all about hanging with friends, winning “likes,” and watching cat videos, why do we always feel so washed up every time we use it? Instagram was recently labeled “the worst app for young people’s mental health” by CNN, and Social Media Anxiety Disorder is now a recognized mental illness. Despite online […] The post Apps That Fight Online Abuse: Tech and the Positivity Movement a...

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  • Millennials may think they’re the ultimate tech-savvy generation — as modems grew up, so did they — but Gen Z is truly digital native. Kids born after the year 1997 grew up snatching their parents’ phones and watching YouTube videos. As they entered their teens, they took Snapchat to superstardom, launched the careers of YouTube celebrities like […] The post Gen Z Are Onto You: The Likes, Dislikes...

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  • Within investor and tech circles, conventional wisdom holds that when Apple announces the release of a new iPhone, AAPL stock will likely fall the day of the announcement and rise the day after. You could set a clock to the commentary around stock performance, which follows the same formula and appears to adhere heavily to a Kensho analysis […] The post Do AAPL Stock Prices Always Fall Before an i...

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  • Welcome to the world of instant messaging, where emojis are worth a thousand words, memes are pick-me ups and selfies boost our egos. A handful of messaging notifications can feel like a comforting shoulder to lean on. We use our phones to navigate, to look up a recipe and most of all – to feel […] The post Taking Better AIM: Exploring the World of Instant Messaging appeared first on Fueled.

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  • As we’ve learned from The Social Network, many new tech innovations are born with a completely different function than what we use them for today. But when it comes to purpose, many pieces of tech, be it old, discarded, or simply in transit are brought to life anew via repurposing. It’s the most clever echelon […] The post Innovative Uses of New Tech Designers Never Anticipated appeared first on F...

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  • Clients come to Fueled with a genuine passion and excitement to build better products. These are people who have spent countless hours pouring over competitive research and pitching their idea to friends and family, eagerly awaiting a positive reaction. Unfortunately, we’re not so quick to give that approval. The Three Questions Given our experience working […] The post Tough Love: How to Build Be...

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  • Running popular social media accounts may seem like a career for the stereotypical lazy millennial, but it’s serious business for influencers. Let’s get something out of the way. We’re not talking about celebrities who get paid to pose in crop-tops with that “skinny tea” on Instagram (here’s looking at you, Khloe Kardashian). Celebrity spokespeople are […] The post What Companies Can Learn From So...

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  • Check the App Store charts and you’ll see a trend that you should expect. None of the top-grossing apps are paid in the traditional sense. Netflix and Pandora offer subscriptions, Clash of Clans has in-app purchases, and have you seen the ads on Candy Crush? The days of $0.99 apps are long gone and we […] The post Why the Apps That Make the Most Money Are Free appeared first on Fueled.

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  • The biggest challenges refugees face today are not immediate or obvious. Escaping danger in their home countries is just the beginning of their journey to rebuild their lives. Finding a job, learning a new financial system, picking a bank, getting a credit card — these are all necessary yet challenging steps to establishing permanent residency, […] The post Hacking the American Dream: Building a T...

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  • You’re probably familiar with the classic foam poster board covered in paint swatches and carpet samples. This kind of mood board is as essential to our idea of “design” as a pair of horn-rimmed glasses and tapestry vest. For what seems like forever, designers of all stripes have used a physical collage of imagery to […] The post Mood Boards Aren’t Just for Designers appeared first on Fueled.

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  • If social media is all about hanging with friends, winning “likes,” and watching cat videos, why do we always feel so washed up every time we use it? Instagram was recently labeled “the worst app for young people’s mental health” by CNN, and Social Media Anxiety Disorder is now a recognized mental illness. Despite cyberbullying […] The post First Do No Harm: Tech and the Positivity Movement appear...

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  • Millennials may think they’re the ultimate tech-savvy generation — as modems grew up, so did they — but Gen Z is truly digital native. Kids born after the year 1997 grew up snatching their parents’ phones and watching YouTube videos. As they entered their teens, they took Snapchat to superstardom, launched the careers of YouTube celebrities like […] The post Gen Z Are Onto You: The Likes, Dislikes...

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  • Within investor and tech circles, conventional wisdom holds that when Apple announces the release of a new iPhone, AAPL stock will likely fall the day of the announcement and rise the day after. You could set a clock to the commentary around stock performance, which follows the same formula and appears to adhere heavily to a Kensho analysis […] The post Do AAPL Stock Prices Always Fall Before an i...

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  • In March 2015, Apple decided to shift into the business of being a luxury brand with a $17,000 gold Apple Watch Edition. The “Edition” smart watch was supposed to be the debut maneuver in this grand pivot, but it was a flop. Apple tried to do luxury like the big boys and it failed. At […] The post Has Apple Finally Figured Out Luxury? appeared first on Fueled.

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  • A UI designer toolkit includes things like colors, fonts, space, and icons, but motion design is more powerful than all of those put together. A swipe transition between screens tells the user that they are leaving the beautiful user interface (UI) they have been looking at, and progressing to a new interface. Color schemes or […] The post Motion Design Is the Next Dimension: Are You Using It Corr...

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  • Think about how much more convenient our lives have become since the dawn of smart phones. Whatever your need, there is, to quote Apple circa 2009, an “app for that.” The promise of tech is that we can enjoy greater connectivity. This means faster internet speeds and better coverage, sure, but the imperative is enhanced […] The post The Art of Designing for the Deaf Experience: Connectivity and Co...

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  • If your Instagram feed is the typical feed of friends, family, and some artists or internet celebrities, you are barely scraping the surface of what’s out there. Among the social media giants, Instagram is the platform least reviled. Perhaps this is because it demands very little of the user: you can scroll, maybe pause to […] The post What These Weird and Creative Instagram Accounts Can Teach You...

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  • With the announcement of the iPhone 8 and X, Apple once again proved they can be five years behind but still present as revolutionary. This year it was wireless chargers.  Apple’s AirPower-ed charge pad is rumored to cost in the ballpark of $60 when it launches in early 2018. The appeal of wireless charging pads […] The post The Best Wireless Chargers for Your Android appeared first on Fueled.

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  • “it’s one thing to put notifications about other people in the notifications feed, and it’s a totally different (and outrageous) thing to put in a push notification.” Jordan Crook recently penned a screed in TechCrunch against Twitter’s annexing of the “notifications” feed to include information about the activities of people you follow. Nathan liked this […] The post It’s Oh So Quiet: Why Users A...

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