In a preceding post, I mentioned that komorka has placed a renewed emphasis on higher production quality. One example of that is the work we recently completed for our friends at Keep It Local OK . For the project, we created a reference app that allows you to explore a growing roster of locally-owned member businesses.
We chose the "drawer" model of navigation made popular by apps like Facebook & Path. This allows the menu to scale as additional features are introduced. I'm particularly proud of the merchant profile screens; we placed high quality photographs front & center, and used grouped table views to progressively disclose the information a customer is interested in. The app is free to download, so I invite you to check it out and share your feedback.
In addition to the Keep it Local app, I've also provided advisory services for a few clients in the energy & advertising industries. This includes: evaluating existing apps in need of rehabilitation, completing a mobile device management study, performing a few code reviews, and contributing to the mobile component of a larger media project.
Finally, I've spent most of my time this year working onsite at a prominent healthcare technology company. As part of a larger team, I'm involved with design, implementation & mentoring of a suite of iOS apps used for administering healthcare. This has been one of the more rewarding experiences of my career, and the early results of our efforts have been positive. The first app was recently recognized with a Bronze Prize at the 2013 User Experience Awards.