Do you want to learn to make iPhone and iPad apps without code? This interactive and comprehensive course will show you step-by-step how to become an Apple Developer and publish your completed apps without having to write a line of code.
This course is for creative people who want to produce engaging apps with graphics, audio, video and user interactivity. Just follow along with the instructor to build an interactive children's storybook app for the iPad and a celebrity trivia game for the iPhone. All of the resource files are included!
By the time you finish taking this class, you will know how to make your own apps for iPhone or iPad without the headaches of coding. You can use a PC for most of this course, but you will need a Mac to follow along with some video lectures. This course makes iOS development fun and easy!
About the class:
In the course, you will learn everything from how to design an eye-catching app icon to how to submit your finish app to Apple.
Identifying the kind of app you want to build, your target audience, and expectations for your app.
Navigating the App Store and researching other apps for success strategies.
Suggestions on planning your app production schedule.
How to sign up for your Apple Developer account.
Important resources to get started.
How to create a Developer Certificate.
How to create a p12 file for your Developer Certificate.
How to create a Distribution Certificate and a p12 file for the certficate.
How to register your iPhone, iPad or other iOS device with your Apple Developer account.
How to create developer and distribution provisioning files in the Apple Developer Member Center.
Explore the iTunesConnect interface from sales reports to app listings.
How to create a new app in iTunesConnect and important tips for naming your apps.
This step-by-step guide will can help you troubleshoot the certficiate creation process if neccessary.
Tips for creating eye-catching app icons.
Preparing images for iPhone, iPad or other iOS devices.
Preparing audio for iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices.
Tips for preparing video for iPad apps.
Tips for preparing video for iPhone apps.
Beginning the process of creating your iPad app.
How to add audio to your iPad app.
How to add interactive animation to your iPad app.
How to add vector graphics to your iPad app.
How to combine sound and interactive animation to your iPad app.
How to combine several interactive elements in your iPad app.
How to add interactive buttons throughout your iPad app.
How to test your iPad app on your iPad
Beginning the process of creating your iPhone app.
How to add text, sound, and multiple screens to your iPhone app.
How to create interactive buttons in your iPhone app.
How to add vector graphics and images to your iPhone app.
How to add basic animation to your iPhone app.
How to combine several interactive elements in your iPhone app.
Creating a final version of your iPhone app for testing and distribution.
How to test your iPhone app on your iPhone
How to add your app to iTunes for testing on your iPhone, iPad or other iOS device.
Screenshot and Video Preview sizes for your app description page.
How to troubleshoot your app and important suggestions on how to fix your app if it gets rejected by Apple.
Course conclusion and continued learning opportunties.
I have always had a passion for the arts and technology. I am also a life-long educator and entrepreneur. My technology expertise includes Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, After Effects, Premiere, Flash, Final Cut Pro, 3D Max, Blender, Microsoft Office, iWork Office Suite and Screenflow. I am also an Apple developer with 13 published iPhone and iPad apps.
I'm proficient in HTML, CSS and ActionScript. I have over 20 years of experience with Apple & Windows operating systems. I was introduced to computers in elementary school and it marked the beginning of a love affair that changed my life.
My work experience includes MTV, Nickelodeon, Land Rover USA, and the Specs Howard School of Media Arts. I am a graduate of the International Academy of Design & Technology in Chicago. I got my Associate Degree in Interactive Media.
I won the award for Best African American Filmmaker at the Brooklyn Film Festival for my short digital animation "la Revolution." I also wrote and produced the feature film "Sweeter Without Sugar" that was screened by the American Diabetes Association for a special diabetes awareness event. I have also written and produced several plays including the Off-Broadway sold-out production of my debut play, "Passing."
My specialties include public speaking, creative writing, 2D & 3D animation, sculpture and painting.