Sorry The Giveaway Has Ended – Winner Is @techilm!
It’s no secret that design is critical for success in the iOS app store.
With hundreds of thousands of apps to chose from your app needs to make a great first impression.
With a poor looking design the user may not feel that impulse to buy, and review site scouts could immediately passover your app.
Unfortunately quality app design can be quite costly.
That’s where the App Design Vault comes in.
On the App Design Vault you will find a listing of several complete app themes including artwork in both .PNG and Photoshop editable .PSD formats along with an example Xcode project using each theme.
The guys at App Design Vault have agreed to let me hold a contest and give away two of their themes to one lucky winner along with a special discount to anyone that enters the contest.
Here’s are the rules to follow to qualify for the giveaway:
1) Tweet this article – you can use the tweet button at the top or at the bottom of the article.
2) Visit the App Design Vault gallery and choose any two themes currently for sale that you’d like.
3) Enter a comment below (or below this article on ManiacDev.com if you are reading this elsewhere…) with your twitter name and the names of the two themes you’d like along with why you would like them:
Twitter Name: @maniacdev. I would like the Newstab and Paperbox themes because I’m working on a news app and can’t afford to pay thousands to hire a designer!!
4) Be sure that you are following @maniacdev on Twitter when the contest ends at 12 Noon Pacific Standard Time January 11th so you can receive your prize by direct message – or it will go to the next person.
Only one entry per person. Random.org will be used to pick the winner.
Good luck on being the winner!
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