Our next Mobile Tulsa meeting is next Tuesday night, September 20th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at the Hardesty Regional Library (8316 E. 93rd St., Tulsa, OK 74133). We’ll be meeting in one of the meeting rooms immediately to the right after you enter the main entrance.
This month’s speakers are Jimmy Hart and Matt Galloway.
Jimmy will be sharing his experience with using QR Codes on campus at Rogers State University. During the fall of 2010, Rogers Sate launched an initiative to include QR Codes on a variety of printed materials reaching out to students, prospective students and alumni. The initiative began with a campaign to educate RSU’s audience on QR Codes, their applications and how to use them. To promote this campaign, RSU created Qwerty Rogers, a personified QR Code, to serve as a mascot.
A year later, RSU continues to use QR Codes and has seen adoption of technology spread across campus. The University’s efforts with QR Codes have been recognized by academia and the media, such as the Tulsa World and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Our technical topic speaker this month is Matt Galloway. Matt is a contract cross platform mobile developer and the founder of Tulsa based startup Architactile which develops mobile applications for the architecture, engineering and construction industry. He specializes in business centric mobile application design, development and implementation. Matt is also a co-founding member of the user group Mobile Tulsa.
Matt will be speaking about the hows and whys of developing wire frames during the mobile application design process. He’ll be showing some different wire framing tools and discussing the difference type of wireframes, best practices, etc.
We look forward to seeing you there! We depend on word of mouth to grow the group so please invite friends and coworkers who are interested in mobile to the meeting!