I am an iPhone developer who shows other developers how to make iPhone and iPad apps without a lot of BS. Check out my blog to see what I am all about: http://howtomakeiphoneapps.com and also see me on Twitter @MattjDrake.
My story is that I quit my cubicle job in November 2008 to develop software for my own company full time. What I do is show other developers how to bring their iPhone app visions to life.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
iPhone & iPad enthusiasts who want to learn how to make their own iPhone and iPad apps to sell on the Apple App Store. The people who we are looking for are software developers and gadget geeks. Most of them read my website (you can see that above) and love products from Apple (http://apple.com).
We have an online workshop series for learning how to program iPhone apps.
This is actually a series of workshops called "iOS How To Series"
What we really need is something that will feel like a real product (like a book cover, CD cover or even a paper flyer or something like a software icon). The trick is that the product is not exactly any of these things (it is more like an online class).
So the challenge is to find out how to represent the idea of an online workshop as a product that customers can identify immediately.
- we need either one image that will look good large and small OR a regular size image in addition to a small size (200px by 200px) version.
Here are the types of art style we are looking for: