Song Vang - iPhone and iPad App – Yumaholic

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Song Vang is an Interactive Designer and Developer in Minneapolis, MN. Subcribe to my:   Blog Feed | Comments Feed

 
Jun 20, 2013
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iPhone and iPad App – Yumaholic

 
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I recently teamed up with Annie from Golden Fireflies to design and launch a new iPhone and iPad cookbook app called Yumaholic. This incredible app features: Food recipes, ingredients, and instructions Categories (Easily find what you are looking for or for idea starters!) Shopping List (Add items you need ...

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Nov 11, 2010
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Hmong to English Language iPhone App Now Available

 
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Annie Vang and I have been working on an iPhone app this year which translated over 3,000 words from English into the Hmong language. We submitted it recently and it finally got approved! This application is the first Hmong to English translator available on the iTunes ...

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Apr 17, 2010
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Using Twitter’s @anywhere

 
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I just returned from Twitter's first Chirp conference and gained a lot of valuable information about Twitter's upcoming features, business path, and future development plans. One of their new features is the @anywhere platform - an easy deploy system for bringing Twitter communication onto ...

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Jan 23, 2010
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Demystifying Accessibility for Web Development – Introduction

 
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A common misconception is that Web accessibility is just for blind people. Web accessibility is for everyone. It encompasses people with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities, and even technological limitations such as older Web browsers, smaller screens, or slow internet connection. Designing ...

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Jan 22, 2010
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15 Technology and Development Conferences for Web Developers and Interactive Professionals

 
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Here is my grand list of the top technology, Web design, and Web development conferences every Web designer, developer, Interactive media strategists and enthusiasts should try to attend for 2010. If it was physically and financially possible to attend all of them, I certainly would. ...

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Jan 21, 2010
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CSS – Styling With Attribute Selectors

 
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Every now and then, I will be documenting code tips as easy references for myself as I develop Web pages. I found myself in a frustrating situation last week when I needed to style a group of form elements but did not have access to ...

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Dec 19, 2009
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Web Design and Development Portfolio

 
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I have been designing, developing, managing, and marketing Web sites from start to finish for over 13 years. You can now view samples of some of my design work on the Work section of my Web site.

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Dec 19, 2009
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Web Design and Development Services

 
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Since 1997, I have been building Web sites and helping small businesses and large corporations create, develop, and manage their online presences and marketing strategies. I specialize in Web standards development, graphic design, and project management. To learn more about my services, please visit my ...

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Dec 18, 2009
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DrupalCon 2010

 
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Although I enjoy the ease and simplicity of Wordpress, Drupal is just so much more powerful. I'm getting more into Drupal development and customization and am very interested in attending DrupalCon 2010. I'm going to start planning my trip to San Francisco very soon. Who's ...

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Jan 18, 2009
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Get Your Favorite Apps with Ninite

 
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I recently purchased a new laptop computer and was scrambling the Web looking for all the browsers, utilities, and various other useful applications I use on a daily basis, when I stumbled across Ninite. What a clever, clever tool it is! With Ninite, you can simply ...

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