Ticking things off It has been about two and a half weeks since we started our meetings and using Wunderlist heavily. Tonight was actually our third meeting so we have been doing meetings for only two weeks. In these two
Game Center We made the decision to switch to realtime games instead of turn based (meaning the underlying technology, it is still a turn based card game). We began to have serious, serious problems. Basically it seems like Game Center
Character Builder The character builder is moving along quite nicely! Last week in our meeting we mostly covered the game decks and some of the game board UI. This week we spent nearly the entire hour+ working through the character
Weekly meetings Matt, Evan and I are going to try and start doing (short) weekly meetings. We have lots of nitty gritty things now that need to be talked over and itemized out. We think we got a pretty good
Visual Feedback One of the things I worked on this week was implementing some visual feedback on where you can play a specific card. As I said last week, my intention is not to make it easy for somebody to
Sadly, nothing really got accomplished this week on Mealtime. For example, you may have noticed that Matt never got this weeks video posted. In fact I’m not sure he ever managed to get it filmed either. Both Matt and I
Pushing Through Evan, Matt and Daniel had about a two hour lunch earlier this week. We specifically did not go with anybody else from the office because we never actually get much Mealtime discussion done with others around. We just aren’t
Housekeeping Running a little late on the post this week. Somehow the week ended before I realized it. Most of this week was spent doing some housekeeping on the Mealtime app. Matt has been working on the BBQ deck and
Dynamic Elements Matt and I spent some time last week talking about making more game elements dynamic instead of static pictures. Currently the menu buttons and other “button like” elements, such as the store, are all static images. They also have
Vector Drawing in Code – Customizing our screen elements even more.
Affinity Designer – Replace Illustrator for just $50 – period.
Store – We have started working on a UI for the store menu!