Posts authored by Kionna Coleman

The Family Code: Revel Software's Nick and Kristen Lamb build a winning app

August 30, 2016 11:54 AM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

This week LenovoDev sat down to talk via Skype with the runner-up winner of our Multi-Touch Multi-Hack online hackathon, Nick Lamb of Rebel Software. Based in Denver, CO, Nick and his wife Kirsten created a multi-touch digital piano app for Windows called “Piano Time”. 

Get Answers During LenovoDev Office Hours May 3

April 29, 2016 12:46 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

There are about eight weeks remaining in Lenovo’s Multi-Touch Multi-Hack. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to read through the documentation and start mapping out your submission.

To make sure you don’t have any lingering questions, we’re holding virtual office hours with the DevPost crew next Tuesday, May 3, at 11am ET.

eJournal Shines at TechCrunch Crunchies Awards

April 15, 2016 11:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

As the developer behind eJournal, a digital notebook app, Alan Cruz has the pleasure – and the work – of demoing the app for audiences around the world. We caught up with Cruz at eJournal’s headquarters in São Paulo Brazil, and he shared his experience at the TechCrunch Crunchies Awards, working with the YOGA Home, and his plans for eJournal.

Inside the Game at Marmalade Studio

March 30, 2016 4:00 PM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

Marmalade Technologies gave us an inside look at how they’re using Lenovo devices and multi-user, multi-technology (MUMT) to transform traditional board games such as RISK and Scrabble into interactive gaming experiences.

Announcing the LenovoDev Multi-Touch Multi-Hack Hackathon

March 15, 2016 10:00 AM | Posted By: Krista Summitt


There are lots of ways we connect with five fingers. 

Gimme five. Fist-bump. I challenge you to a thumb-wrestle. Hug it OUT. Dap. Gimme five.  Fist-bump, bro! I challenge you to a thumb-wrestle. Hug it OUT. Low five. Fist pound. Secret handshakes.

Today we’re kicking off the Multi-Touch Multi-Hack, an online hackathon to build apps with Lenovo’s multi-user, multi-touch (MUMT) SDK.

What TMZ Can Teach Developers About Headline Writing

January 27, 2016 2:35 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt

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Headlines are important for developers for the obvious reasons: they tell you what the content is about, they set the tone of the content, and they ideally draw readers in.

There’s one more reason that’s kind of kept on the low-low by web marketing geeks.  Seriously, this is something I’ve seen shady online marketing gurus never say ONE WORD about in any of their keynote speeches, posts, or educational materials, kind of like a chef’s secret ingredient.


WRITEit 2.0 Now Delivers Power of the Pen For All Touchscreens

January 4, 2016 3:06 PM | Posted By: Krista Summitt


When Lenovo first introduced WRITEit in 2015, we had a simple goal: make it fun and easy to use your pen-based machines.  We wanted to create an experience that went above and beyond what the base operating system offered by letting users freely insert their handwriting into any field that would normally only accept text based input.   

AWEsum Friendzy Takes Top Prize in Battle of the Apps

December 22, 2015 10:00 AM | Posted By: Kionna Coleman

high school math teacher and a former console game developer stomped the competition in the Battle of the Apps with AWEsum Friendzy where “the game is the math, and the math is the game.” 




Common UI Mistakes Developers Make

December 10, 2015 2:13 PM | Posted By: Jonas Hendrickx

(photo credit Dean Myers via Creative Commons License)

Many developers make common mistakes when designing an application or website. Usually these are things that can easily be prevented. With this article, we will start by highlighting 4 common mistakes to get you started creating the perfectly designed application or website.


Evan Lang of Identity Mine Discusses Their Air Hockey Game for The All-in-One PC

November 11, 2015 10:57 AM | Posted By: Krista Summitt


Evan Lang of Identity Mine Discusses Their Air Hockey Game for The All-in-One PC, including unique adaptations in the app dev process required by the pAIO form factor. (via Intel Developer Zone)

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