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Hi, I have an application I want to get developed and don't have a clue where to start first. I've seen the developers page on Apple, but I'm not capable...
09-16-2008, 02:14 PM #1Iphone Developers in Australia
Hi, I have an application I want to get developed and don't have a clue where to start first.
I've seen the developers page on Apple, but I'm not capable of using it and would like to find someone who can work it out for me.
I'm in Melbourne, Australia.
If anyone could point me in the right direction would be appreciated.
09-16-2008, 05:57 PM #2
I don't live in Australia, but I might be able to develop it depending on how complex it is.
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12-29-2009, 04:56 AM #3Outware Mobile
Check out these guys, they are iphone app developers based in Melbourne - Outware Mobile
01-19-2010, 06:51 PM #4
01-19-2010, 06:54 PM #5
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05-27-2010, 01:12 AM #6iPhone Development Specialists - ASC Software
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06-18-2010, 09:05 AM #7
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06-19-2010, 11:07 PM #8
06-20-2010, 06:52 PM #9
"Boutique". I love that word ! Usually when I hear of a "boutique" design company it means they are expensive, relatively fresh on the scene (they usually feel a need to underline the fact they have "experience", are generally one dimensional and stuck in their own style. But hey, if they really care about their projects then that beats out the competition doesn't it, because everyone knows we all hate our projects !! hehe. Show me a designer that doesnt care about their projects and I will show you a hungry artist.My Rotten Pear beats your fresh Apple every time.
06-21-2010, 12:33 AM #10
Even though I tend to agree with what you are saying, sarcasm included - we are talking about iPhone app development, not design. While the designers I've worked with really care about their work, there has been a lot of developers we've worked with who don't.
To be fair, the developers mentioned here are quite good, as with many Melbourne companies.
06-21-2010, 01:34 AM #11
Heya Adrian and OP
I dont see any difference between designers and developers- not in this context. There are people who paint by numbers within the design/development industries, just as there are school teachers, police officers, musicians, and a-holes who have lost the passion for their work, if indeed it ever existed.
I would suppose I would fall under the designer/developer model; but IMHO the most common theme of the "developer" is that in alot (not all of course) cases, a developer will not spend enough time, or indeed have a passion for the design aspects- and in this context I refer to the pretty-factor; the UI and the overall tone of a project. I think there are far more developers failing design than there are designers with a lack of understanding for development- as in many cases this is paramount to not having to deal with a gullible client's developer/printer/webhost/manager/secretary/PA ...hence we get lots of clean-up projects that are poorly designed interpretations of the clients intended finished product, and which have been sent to us to rescue before things get out of hand, which in many cases takes more work than designing from scratch..
Unfortunately, there are ALOT of paint by numbers programmers slash developers slash webmasters who think a couple of Lynda dot com videos makes them a pro in Photoshop. If I was inclined to outsource as is the OP's intention; I would pick up a ****-hot designer and a great programmer/developer/code monkey. That way, both aspects are being looked after with no bias. But then again, I wouldn't outsource a complete project
Cheers for the banter, appreciated and respected. Sounds like we have dealt with some of the same people ;P . There is naught that is worse than dealing on a multidimensional product with developers OR DESIGNERS or clients for that matter that are just making up the numbers. How many websites/apps/posters/merch products do you see out there- do we ALL see- that seem to have been thrown together by someone with 5 minutes experience in dreamweaver, no concept of layout, no knowledge of flash and an MS Paint fetish ? Makes me a little wirey. !
To the OP- dont rush into your project- take your time and find someone that looks like they come from the same place; who have the same quirkiness in design and same artistic direction- if pretiness is your thing, then lean towards a design company with a proven track record in delivering high grade final product. But if technicality/code/depth is your applications concept (hard to word that correctly not knowing your idea), then lean towards a decent developer with design nouche.
And no matter what, take quotes from all over the place, just for giggles, because if your knowledge base is not high regarding the needs of your project, then there are plenty of sharks who will take you to the bank and back.
Good luck with it.
:My Rotten Pear beats your fresh Apple every time.
08-06-2010, 10:19 AM #12
Allow me to introduce my self, I'm Brad, i know Iphone application development, is it possible if you could liase with me by an e mail with your requirement, pls do at [email protected]
also if possible if you can get me on skype at: bradleague
We can discuss there.
12-21-2010, 01:59 AM #13
I suggest you try the service of the iPad/iPhone application developers I know. They are actually from Australia. They are based in Newcastle, Australia. They can create and maintain a number of their own apps. Their services include iPhone/iPad/ iPod Touch software development and can truly help you develop software for other mobile platforms.
Last edited by jshepherd72; 12-21-2010 at 08:51 PM.
04-08-2011, 06:06 AM #14
iPhone app development one has to keep in mind what people expect and want. If the applications surpass the expectations of the people, then it’s an achievement for iPhone apps development, if the application is not useful enough then it is considered to be a failure. The applications have to be simple and user friendly. That's what we actually keep in mind. And by the way, we're from Australia too.
Last edited by marice; 04-13-2011 at 03:46 AM.
04-10-2011, 05:39 PM #15
I have Xcode and ib was wondering if anyone could help me build a chat room app ?
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