UXArchive

The iPhone App Archive

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#5 Product of the WeekJanuary 23, 2014
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Arthur Bodolec
Arthur BodolecMaker@abrodo · Designer, Co-founder @feedly
Ah! There are many layers to the story! But in short, on one hand I wanted to learn front end development and on the other hand I was documenting user flows for myself to help me design the new search flow for feedly mobile. I decided to join the two and started designing and developing UX Archive with a friend (@nbarraille) and then another one (@chpolk). Since we started, about a year ago, we have had over 100,000 people using it! We didn't really expect that but it makes us more than happy to see so many people finding the site useful for their work. Now the side effect of documenting these user flows is that we are really creating a museum of how iPhone applications are working and evolving. And interestingly enough this is becoming our mission. Here is for the short version of the story, but I'm happy to talk about it more (and listen to your story) over coffee or something in SF if you like!
Nick O'Neill
Nick O'NeillHunter@allnick · Maker & Marketer
Saw the "User Onboarding" product from today and figured I'd share this as I use it for onboarding inspiration.
Arthur Bodolec
Arthur BodolecMaker@abrodo · Designer, Co-founder @feedly
Thanks for sharing Nick! I built this with some friends and I am glad to see some people like it :) Let me know if you have any feedback, I would love to hear them!
Soline Ledésert
Soline Ledésert@solineledesert · AlgoTransparency, UXArchive, freelance
nice convo! I'm in Arthur's team at UX Archive, I specifically cover news/reading apps and play a role in UX Archive's marketing. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you've been designing a news app, if you've seen a great app that we haven't covered yet - or with any feedback :)
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Thanks for sharing, Nick! Somehow I haven't seen this one before. Side note: I worked on a little project called Mobile Game Patterns (http://mobilegamepatterns.com) a few years ago. It's really terrible, embarrassing, and hasn't been updated since I created it but it was a fun way to learn how tumblr theming works and try out oDesk. :)