|Description||UX Design and Front End Development|
User Kind was founded by Cory Shaw in 2006 as a User Experience Design Company that focuses on delivering easy to use products and design services to agencies, entrepreneurs, app developers, and startups.
Since 2006 User Kind has stayed a small and nimble company, but delivered massive value for many of the worlds biggest brands such as HP and Google, to a few top agencies such as Ocupop and Anthology Group, and to many startups such as Blue Lava Technologies, chi.mp, and many others.
Under the User Kind umbrella, Cory has developed AppifyWP, a premium WordPress theme to promote mobile apps, and in partnership with Derrick Petzold created CrowdTube.TV, a streaming viral video lean-back experience.
AppifyWP is an elegant premium WordPress theme for mobile app developers to build a site to promote their apps. AppifyWP includes templates for iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Mac, and PC apps.
You can create stunning slideshows or include a demo video to be played inside of the devices you choose.
AppifyWP also supports hybrid apps, so if your app supports multiple platforms, it will scale to fit.
Also included is a responsive mobile layout optimized for people who visit on their mobile devices.
Now in version 2.5, AppifyWP has matured to be an immensely useful and usable product and helps app developers effectively market their apps with very little effort.
AppifyWP Demo Video
|Launch Date||June, 2012|
|Tags||wordpress, wordpress-theme, free-wordpress-theme, iphone-app-theme, ipad-app-theme|
AppifyWP Launchpad is a free WordPress theme for app developers to build a coming soon landing page to pre-market their apps before they launch.
Launchpad is essentially “AppifyWP Lite” in that it has simplistic layout and a limited feature set. When you upgrade to the main version of AppifyWP your Launchpad settings will be ported over automatically.
AppifyWP Launchpad comes with 7 mobile platform templates:
Additionally, Launchpad comes with a MailChimp widget so you can collect email addresses from people who are interested in your app, then notify them when you launch.