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Here's what students are saying about this class:
Taking Dann's class was one of the best purchases I've made in a long time...Dann's class discussion is simple yet powerful.
- Student, Alexander Vo
Dann gives exactly what he advertises, and more...He is patient and clear; very good at simplifying and demystifying this process to beginners.
- Student, Shira Schindel
“The Non-Programmer's Guide to Getting an App in the App Store” is a solid 101 class that provides non-programmers what they need to know.
- Student, Natalie Lin
A great class with concrete work on our individual projects. You leave having done real work.
- Student, Eric Hoyle
No tech background is needed, only the willingness to go all the way. Dann explains step by step the route, all the tricks and tools needed, and takes away the mystery. Great class and highly recommended.
- Student, Madhav Vasan
It was a great class! Very helpful, very patient and he gave us tons of information and resources for other stuff as well, I was very pleased with his class.
- Student, Rick Sanchez
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Do you want to create a mobile app but have no idea where to start? Have you been searching for a "technical co-founder" but feel like developers speak a different language?
This class will teach you, step by step, how to get an app in the app store, no programming knowledge required.
Building an app is fun but challenging, even without writing a single line of code. In this class we'll work together flesh out the nitty-gritty details of your concepts and transform them into a solid game plan for getting an app into the App Store.
I'll be your guide into the app world.
I believe that anyone can create a mobile application, but sometimes it's hard to know exactly where to start. I know, I've been there. After trying and failing numerous programming books, video courses, online tutorials and an NYU iPhone class, I figured out exactly what non-programmers need to know in order to create their first mobile application.
The format of this class is a workshop—you should come to class with an idea and class time will be spent actually applying my methods to your app.
Elements of a successful app User experience (UX) User interface (UI) Learning how to think like a developer Drawing the perfect mockups Turning mockups into wireframes Finding an app developer APIs, data collection, and marketing Outsourcing your programming
After this class, you'll understand how to:
Develop a mobile app, from idea to .ipa Create mockups and wireframes, no design experience required Speak intelligently to developers Find a freelance coder without creating a bidding war Determine advanced topics for further studies
Note: This class is best geared towards utility apps rather than games.
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You should be familiar with smartphones, know about apps, and have used an app. A burning desire to have an app in the app store is highly recommended.
Dann Berg is a writer for Laptop Magazine and a mobile web consultant, and finalist in the 2012 AngelHack hackathon. He currently has two apps in the iOS App Store, Reader Tracker (mentioned in the Wall Street Journal and Parents Magazine) and Watcher Tracker, and has a few other apps in production. He enjoys his monthly check from Apple and slowly and surely learning Objective-C.
Thu, Aug 2nd, 2012
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EDT