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Fifteen months ago I interviewed Nick Kuh for this blog and reviewed his iOS app, Portfolio To Go (link to review). In our interview, Nick stated he had taken Portfolio To Go to it’s logical conclusion – a well refined app that did the job he expected it to do, in fact Nick considered it a learning experiment (it was his first iPad app).
It seems since that experiment, Nick has been busy on his latest and arguably his most important app yet, Portfolio Pro. Portfolio Pro caters to the professional image maker for presenting content to clients. Portfolio Pro is primarily a playback tool, with Nick sticking to his belief that an iPad should be consumption device, not a content creation tool. This makes for a simpler, lighter, easier to navigate app; eschewing many options for editing content. In an ever increasingly crowded market, will this approach still be successful? Let’s find out.
Website – www.nickkuh.com
iTunes link – Portfolio Pro
In my ongoing series of interviews with creators of iPad portfolio Apps, is Portfolio creator, Ryan Britton.
Britton Photography is a Spokane, WA-based wedding and portrait photography studio. It’s run by myself and Amy — I’m the technical one of the two and have been writing software since the early ‘90s. We’ve been doing photography together for about five years now and have been steadily growing both in revenue and the number of shoots we do each year.
Portfolio can be found at any of the links below:
Hey, visitor! Yes you. Do you use Dropbox? If you don’t, have you heard about it? It’s online storage and syncing made easy. I have it linked to my Mac, iPad and iPhone. Any changes to your Dropbox folder are immediately synced to all your devices for ease of use.
My most important documents are in my Dropbox folder on my Mac, now I’ll never forget about something I left at home, it’s on my Phone as well!
If this sounds like something you could use yourself, could you use my referral code? This allows me to have an extra 250 megs of space. But it isn’t all about me, you’ll also get an 250 megs over your basic capacity if you would just register without a referral code. It’s a free service up to 8GB of storage, after that you need to pay for allocations of 50GB and 100GB.