SuperSport tops the App Store charts

The Apple App Store has just released their annual lists of the best apps – and the SuperSport app has been proudly featured in both the Streaming and Sports categories.

Introduction to Drag & Drop

With the release of iOS11 around the corner, read my intro on how to build drag and drop support into your apps.

iOS Design Tips for Developers

Passing Apple’s specific UI requirements can be tough so here are a few tips to help design your iOS development projects.

Colour and Development

For those who missed Open Night, here’s the essence of what I spoke about because face it we were there to learn and teach as well.

Sign up for Open Night: Design for developers

Join us on Thursday, 30 March for user interface design tips presented for developers, by developers.

In the rush to be first with WWDC ‘news’, everyone‘s missing the point

I should’ve had a blog post up with ‘analysis’ and ‘opinion’ just after the WWDC keynote… I didn’t. Here’s why.

Thoughts on the App Store

Will Phil Schiller taking over responsibility for the App Store help fix it?

Should we even bother with 3D Touch? (and thoughts on the iPhone 6s)

Apple is selling 3D Touch (very) hard, but the inconsistent implementation across apps is a big problem. That, and we’ve arguably just scratched the surface of what should be possible.

Bursaries for Building Apps in South Africa

Open Night Highlights – March 2012

March’s Open Night draws Durban’s digital ninjas

immedia newsletter: July 2011

immedia is committed to positioning Africa as the global epicentre for app development, complete with a set of rich African values that tell the world exactly what we’re about in an elegant, innovative manner. This, as our CEO Anice Hassim says in his column, is a significant position to be in, given that global app downloads are running above 31-million per day.

International insight & training raises our development bar

What started off as a chance encounter between immedia Founder Anice Hassim, Head Developer Kishyr Ramdial and Swiss based iOS specialist Adrian Kosmaczewski in the mind numbingly long queue at the launch of the iPad in New York in April last year and a subsequent interaction during the FIFA 2010 World Cup, has turned into a mutually beneficial relationship that’s set to go from strength to strength.