showcase

It is time to Sedify

We are designers and developers working on web and iPhone applications. We have some 20 years collective experience at major web and software corporations such as Yahoo!, Nokia, and Macromedia.

Our experience is valuable, and so is your time. For your next web site or iPhone application project, change DIY to SEDIFY!

BMIzr iPhone4

Wiks was made to get you from what you know to what you need, without forcing you to read every word in between. Clicking through links in Wikipedia is like following a knotted rope. Wiks filters out all the regular text by extracting only the links between topics. This lets you jump from knot to knot, from topic to topic, without all the reading.

wiks

Wiks iPhone 3GS

Wiks was made to get you from what you know to what you need, without forcing you to read every word in between. Clicking through links in Wikipedia is like following a knotted rope. Wiks filters out all the regular text by extracting only the links between topics. This lets you jump from knot to knot, from topic to topic, without all the reading.

wiks
News!

BMIzr now available for the iPad

The iPhone4 slideshow demo is a simple way to show your iPhone4 UI mocks to your clients, built using Javascript and CSS is simple and elegant, it is based on devthought BarackSlideshow and showcases the same elegant flow and nice smooth navigation.
Download here.


BMIzr is here!

PS3 Media Server it is a DLNA compliant Upnp Media Server for the PS3 but also will turn your computer into a media server all your devices within your home network can detect. I have installed it on my mini and now I can stream directly from it to my PS3 while playing games or using the visualizer.


Wiks

This example works fine on Safari 4 but launches Quicktime Player in my ITouch, I've modified a WebKit example I found a while back, if you use it, link back.


Why DIY if you can SEDIFY!

This a very simple MP3 player written in HTML 5, JQuery and CSS 3. It works fine with Safari but Firefox doesn't support the MP3 format. You're stuck with Ogg or WAV. It works in Mobile Safari on my iPod Touch but the audio element is visible and the MP3 launches a Quicktime player. This code is for anyone to use. If you are feeling generous, link back to this page so other people can find and use this player too.