Andrew Wagner tries to bridge the gap between programmer and UX designer. He has worked primarily in programming roles but has always contributed to the UX conversation.
He currently works as the primary iOS developer at a small startup based in Denver, CO called Showmobile. There they are developing a social and interactive show to be delivered directly to peoples' phones. He is responsbile for the iOS programming as well as contributing to the user experience.
On the side he also develops iOS apps from the ground up inculding UX, graphic design, programming, and marketing. So far he has the following apps on the store:
- Notecards: Create and study notecards or flashcards with various study methods that help you study cards that you know the least.
- Redirect: Puzzle / Action game where user's try to redirect 1 or more balls using paddles and other more advanced techniques to a finish.
- Busy Bee Cafe: Contract app for a Cafe / Restaurant / Bar in Raleigh, North Carolina. It allows patrons to look up the current menus, events, articles, and updates.