The 2012 FSU Mobile Lab Design Challenge

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The 2012 FSU Mobile Lab Design Challenge

Where: W. Johnson Building, Rm 2010

When: 11am Sat 3/31 through 6pm Sun 4/1

Who: All FSU Students

What: A weekend-long mobile design challenge, in which students work together as mobile designers to help a select group of “clients” by developing an app design (including a marketing overview, functional specifications, and wireframes). No Coding Required!

Why?: Besides the real world experience, first place is a new iPad 3/HD (Second and third prizes are pretty good too).

Did we mention free food?



About Frank Sposaro

Frank was the initial student to start the mobile lab with Dr. Tyson. After working on the first project, iFall, he and Dr. Tyson designed the Mobile Programming course as FSU. The course is used as a training base to recruit new students into the lab. His thesis researches several medical related applications, including iFall. Frank then went on to implement the redesign of the “favorite contacts” for Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich at Google HQ in Mountain View, California. He currently acts as a tech lead in the lab getting infrastructure and project management tools setup. He has special focus on native Android coding and UI design.