David Carmona is a San Francisco, CA. based Interaction Designer and Developer.
He graduated from The Art Institute of California – San Francisco with a B.Sc. of Interactive Media Design in 2009. In the past David worked as a marketing coordinator at internet television company Revision3 and venture-backed vision technology startup Affine Systemsas lead creative developer. Currently working with Reputation as a UX Designer and in the future would like to grow his own garden.
He specializes in user interface design, concept design, rich media, application design, iconography, interactive art direction, graphic design.
Working with clients such as: Cadreon, Digg, GoDaddy, Google, HBO, Ignited Media, Ito En, Metacafe, Microsoft, Myspace, NBC Universal, Netflix, Playstation, Qik, Revision3, Rwanda, Sony and YouTube
Design: Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, InDesign
Version Control: SVN, Git
Content Management Systems: WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenX, PrestaShop, Zen Cart
Video: AfterEffects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, DVD Studio Pro
Video Compression: Compressor, Flash, WME, Quicktime
Sound Design: Pro Tools, Soundtrack Pro, Audition, Soundbooth
Marketing: Analytics, Social Media (Twitter/Facebook), SEO/SEM
Management: Office/Google Suite, Pivotal Tracker, Basecamp
Mobile: [Android] Flash, Eclipse (Java)
Advertising: Adwords, Adsense, CJ
Inspired by the internet and all things good in design and development.
@david_carmona for questions/suggestions
In this video developer Simon Allardice introduces you to Objective-C coding - the core language for iPhone development
This is a movie from iPhone SDK Essential training on lynda.com, which covers the process of becoming an iPhone developer, from getting started with the tools and the language to building user interfaces and working with the unique features of the iPhone. With multiple hands-on exercises and demonstration projects, Simon explores the core development tools for iPhone (Xcode, Interface Builder, and Instruments), the language (Objective-C), and the framework (Cocoa Touch).
What's a Hex anyway? Why and a little history around colors and the meaning of Hex.
An overview of how to use http://prefixr.com
Half the videos don't work, the rest are simply culled from YouTube and other sites, meaning this course is basically just a playlist someone put together.
I signed up because it is free, but frankly I dont get what the course is about?. A lot of the lectures are not even working.
It's not a course. It's just a bunch of random videos found on the web put together without any idea. Waste of time.
Content is probably good, but when you can't get it, it sort of diminish the purpose of watching it.
audio is not clear in some video