Stewart has long been an Apple fan and has recently started developing software for both the Macintosh and iOS devices. Here is the current list of apps.
All apps are free to try out with many having an in-app purchase to unlock unlimited access.
Click on an icon to be taken to a dedicated web page with videos and links to the app store.
My Scorecard is the golf scoring app for the rest of us. A scoring and round management app for both the iPhone and Apple Watch.
An iPhone/iPad app for those of us who need those extra reminders. A flexible, well-designed app that fills a need for busy people. Create repeat timer activities or ones with set number of steps.
Get notified when the activity interval or step is complete move on to the next step.
With TripTic you can plan all of your trips ahead of time by entering and storing your locations. Log your walking or driving distances and generate reports based on monthly or yearly activity. Add frequently travelled locations o your own categories and share them with others. Backup your categories and logs to Dropbox.
Mobile Color Palettes
With mobile color palette you can manage all of the colors used in all of the projects you are involved in whether that be web, UI design, print or personal household projects. Colors can be entered by keyboard or slider using RGB (Hex), HSB or CMYK values or you can even use a color picker to select an image from one of your device’s photos. Lists can be rearranged, modified and emailed to other designers.
A simple yet effective interface for entering and arranging your colors in ways that make sense to you. A new Apple Watch extension has just recently been released.
Colour Palette for Macintosh
Colour Palette makes it easy for web designers and graphic artists to keep track of colours uses in various projects. You can build and arrange colour schemes for each project, tracking each colour purpose and having immediate access to the RGB and Hex values for each colour.
Nim is a mathematical game of strategy in which two players take turns removing objects from distinct heaps or rows. On each turn, a player must remove at least one object, and may remove any number of objects provided the all come from the same heap or row. This game will teach you how you can win and impress your friends.