Kindle Fire Application Sketch Book

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Apress, Dec 6, 2011 - Computers - 160 pages

Think you have the next great Kindle Fire app idea? The Kindle Fire Application Sketch Book is an essential tool for any aspiring Kindle Fire developer. This sketch book makes it easy to centralize and organize your ideas, featuring enlarged Kindle Fire templates to write on. Professionally printed on high-quality paper, it has a total of 150 gridded templates for you to draft ideas and doodle designs while providing ample room to make notes and document the app name and screen name. This book is an invaluable tool for bringing your next great Kindle Fire app idea to life!

What you’ll learn
  • The Apress Kindle Fire Application Sketch Book makes it easy to keep design ideas organized in one central place
  • Includes 150 magnified templates for easy use, with plenty of room on the gridded page to jot notes and doodle designs
  • This professional notepad gives your design a finished look from which to share ideas with colleagues and clients
Who this book is for

Any aspiring Kindle Fire developer.

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About the author (2011)

Dean Kaplan is founder and owner of Kapsoft (1996), a technology consulting firm that specializes in software applications for engineering applications. Dean also writes a contemporary technology blog at DeanOnSoftware.com. You can follow Dean on Twitter @Kapsoft. Dean resides in Haverford, Pennsylvania. He received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering technology from Temple University in 1982.

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