Turn Your Doodles into iOS Sticker Packs!

Jeremiah Rodriguez, I make things

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18 Videos (1h 39m)
    • Intro

      1:47
    • Software and Hardware

      4:11
    • Installing Xcode

      6:53
    • Getting an Apple Developer Account

      2:55
    • Developing Project Ideas

      7:11
    • Tips On Content

      0:51
    • All the Moods

      2:34
    • Perfect Your Doodles

      4:09
    • Digitize Your Doodles

      4:20
    • Cleaning Up In Photoshop

      13:43
    • Playing With Color

      17:39
    • Testing Your Sticker Pack In the Simulator

      1:50
    • Testing On Your iPhone and iPad

      3:48
    • Creating Your App Icons

      9:29
    • Prepping Your App

      11:00
    • Capturing App Screenshots

      2:39
    • Submitting Your App

      1:59
    • Class Project & Conclusion

      2:21
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About This Class

In this class I will guide you through the process of turning your doodles and drawings into iMessage sticker packs that you can sell on Apple's iMessage App Store. We'll look at what is required to publish a sticker pack app (bonus - no programming required!), how to start with a doodle in a notebook and end up with an iPhone-ready, digital image to use in iMessage, as well as some of the tools you'll need to pull this off. Once your sticker pack is submitted and approved you can sell them if you want or let people install them for free - it's up to you!

Topics we'll cover:

  • Required software and hardware (Submission to the Apple App Store does require a Mac of some sort that can run a current version of Xcode.)
  • Iterating on your doodle.
  • Digitizing your doodle.
  • Adding color to your doodle.
  • Building the sticker pack app in Xcode.
  • Getting your sticker pack on your own device for testing.
  • Creating app screenshots.
  • Submitting your sticker pack to the App Store.
  • Subjects to avoid.

*It should be noted that while creating a sticker pack does require the use of Xcode, Apple's main software development kit, submitting a sticker pack for the App Store does not require any programming skill. Apple has made it very easy to add your images to a sticker pack project. Also, you don't need to be a great artist. Some of the most successful sticker packs on the App Store are no more than scribbled doodles.

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Jeremiah Rodriguez

I make things

A native of Ukiah, California, in the heart of the Emerald Triangle, I moved to Utah at the start of my senior year of high school because Dad got a job here back in the 90s. Been here ever since and now call the nerdy city of Provo, Utah, home.

After high school I moved to Mexico for a while - my dad's homeland. There I developed an enduring love for habanero peppers and Cochinita Pibil. Some people mistakenly call it Puerco Pibil. These ignorant fools are incorrect. Don't believ...

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