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I’m Ged Maheux . co-founder of the Iconfactory, artist, geek, and all-around everyman. Designing icons, apps and interfaces is my passion.
Recent Posts Twin Peaks Wallpapers for iPhone and iPad The Evolution of Linea The Uncertain Highway I Find Your Trump-Based Belief System Fascinating Westworld Wallpapers for iOS CategoriesHow I got 2. 3 million app downloads (without spending a cent on marketing) titled An there are many options to choose a decent iOS application designers in this article openxcell the most effective bet would be to opt for a skilled application organization App Store Experiment. but here is a summary of the entire story. Creating A Story Rewind back to May 2013 and I was co-founder of a music app startup called Discovr. We had managed to achieve over 4 million downloads, raised over $1m and were perceived as �successful� (unfortunately things didn�t end up that way) in our home town of Perth, Australia. It was very common for people to come up to me and ask what the magic was to make a successful app.
We�d fudged our way through and somehow made something people wanted to download, but could I recreate it? I was lucky enough to be reading an advance copy of the amazing book The Fortune Cookie Principle which really opened my eyes to storytelling and products. I was also inspired by reading this advice from the One More Thing conference about how to write a press release.
Surely it�s impossible to stand out with a press release like that? Hatching An Idea I wanted to build an app in one night, not tell a single person about it and run some experiments on it to see if I could get it to some level of success. I thought maybe I could get a few thousand downloads and make a couple of hundred bucks. I wanted an idea that I had no domain advantage in at all, so what better for a chair-bound developer than a fitness app. The 7 Minute Workout was getting a lot of press (and buzz) at the time on sites like the New York Times and Hacker News, so I already had some customer validation around the idea. There were a couple of key goals for the app: Explaining the 12 exercises (I had been digging around in Google, I had no idea what a plank was).
Adding a voice prompted timer for when it was time to swap exercises and to tell you and what was up next. Many other ideas and features ran through my head, including: iPad support.
Adjustable durations. Randomise exercises. Adjustable repeats / sets. Log book. Social sharing. Given a short time frame all this had to be cut (for now). The Build Five hours later I emerged with a couple of screens (dynamically filled with different data) and some text to speech.
I�m no designer so there were no graphics, all flat views.