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We often hear from developers that they are looking for the next great app idea. They know how to build apps but just haven’t found the right thing to work on. So if you can't design your way out of a paper bag but have great development skills, this is for you!
The Windows Phone “App to the Future” Design Challenge organized by Core77 is closing in a few days (Feb 10, 2013), and winners of the best design concepts will be announced in a few weeks. We expect that many of the finalist designers will need help from developers to get their apps built and published.
Last year’s edition of the challenge gave life to some amazing apps, which you can check out here.
How to team up with an App to the Future designer?Here’s how to team up with an App to the Future designer to build out a Windows Phone 8 app and have a chance to win a phone (see here for the details):
Signing up does not obligate you to partner with a designer, but it could be a great opportunity to form a team. Core77 will provide a generic template that you can use formalize your team.
JC Cimetiere – @jccim
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so in the end it is only you and your xbox live games ,, no one will support you
but i think this is what you whant,, right so bill gates can buy the othere share holders out and total control over the company,, this is the only answhere to this
so manny skrew up , along the way sens 2010,2011,2013 ,, products not presents right, no price, nowhare to buy
only 1 or 2 in the store ,,
then the stock must go down,, right,, but no, you have sold 60 million licens windows 8 and 7 ,,
looking for an appidear , release it on android and run it on windows surface pro and soon windows phone 8
all your apps from the android market 750.000 apps and games
Microsoft is this game over ,, first you kill silverlight and xna and become a slave to unity
and now the apps and games allso comes from android ,,
why did you ever block Opengl,, when you cood have suported opengl and developers cood see what directx can do , thay will auto convert,, it will not work by block them,,
any if you whant to develop cool and high profile games ,, use this
it allso runs opengl on windows phone and tablet
i think you have lost it here microsoft
what about blackberry ,, one biz phone and one play phone,, soon thay are gonna tab into your interprise biz
check out http://www.1tap2send.com - one of the notable finalists from last year :-)
@abm: if you really want to use things like book-controls in an app, you'd better learn objective-c ;) I'm really happy 'bout windowsstore design-guidelines clearly distancing from anachronisms like bobbly-wobbly page turning, wooden backgrounds, etc.
The day Microsoft let me use this book control wpfbookcontrol.codeplex.com and non-rectangular polygon shapes with Windows.UI.Xaml.UIElement.Clip in Windows Store apps, I surely will publish apps on Windows Store.
Developers are waiting for YOU to make a move first!