In the past year and a half Rick and I have developed and shipped the following:
- Two projects for Adidas
- One project for a start-up
- A project for DEWALT Tools
- powerOne for Android
- powerOne for Tizen
- Two projects for The College Board
- Updates to DEWALT, powerOne for iOS, and a pro bono product
That’s eight products plus updates and, outside of powerOne for iOS and the pro bono job , all of these have generated revenue for us as work-for-hire. DEWALT, powerOne for iOS and powerOne for Android also generate a little bit of on-going revenue.
And what plagues me? The project I can’t get done. I really want to spend all my time on Equals and yet, to stay in business, my time is now spent almost full-time on contract jobs.
We get December, though, and our goal this month is to get the web version of Equals done for its first release. This will be a beta release as we have more features plus iOS we feel are needed for a true 1.0. But at least come January we should start seeing whether anyone cares enough to use it.
It will be a sprint. I hope Rick and I don’t get winded.
 Which was a trade for some bug fixes in the Android version of powerOne.
Curious about your work with Adidas, if you can share.
Check this out. We did two pieces of the overall product: https://eliainsider.com/2013/06/06/adidas-micoach-smart-soccer-ball/
On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 10:01 AM, Elia Insider
I wonder if they’ll be using this technology during the World Cup this summer?
I think it is intended for practice but would be awfully cool stats for in-game stuff.