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developer

noun builder, building entrepreneur, designer, enterpriser, establisher, land developer, originator, planner, promoter
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Before considering these, however, it is important to survey the history of user interfaces in order to spot the big trends, to consider the bad reasons to do visualization, and pitfalls that may stand in the way of doing a good job.
But since the Web's arrival, something distinctly odd has happened: There has been remarkably little progress in user interfaces.
Among the many factors in establishing Vongo as a critical component of 'the new entertainment ecosystem' is the advanced user interface," said Bob Greene, senior vice president of advanced services, SEG.
Headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in New York and Atlanta, the firm provides user interface, design and technology solutions for the Web, advanced devices and television.
The kit, along with a new TouchSense Integration Program, can help system integrators and manufacturers create tactile feedback solutions for touchscreen user interfaces.
Written on top of Microsoft's new graphical subsystem, Windows Presentation Foundation (previously code named "Avalon"), Aurora allows designers to create the robust and compelling graphics, animations and user interfaces.
It enhances the Scalix Wireless solution by including a streamlined user interface, a multi-tasking client and background synchronization.
The company's flagship products are Qt, a cross-platform software development framework for the desktop; and Qtopia, a customizable application platform and user interface for Linux-based consumer devices.
This pioneering user interface is designed to enable users to easily toggle between messaging modes, as well as numbers, letters, symbols and languages, and also allows for auto-accenting of words, a benefit for users of many European languages, including French, Spanish and Italian.
The agreements cover Flash Lite(TM) and Flash Player SDK (Software Development Kit), helping ensure that LG Electronics can deliver Flash technology-enabled user interfaces, content and applications across a wide range of mobile devices and consumer electronics products.
5 SDK was chosen for its faster performance, lower memory footprint, and support for advanced Web-based user interfaces for IPTV.