LunarLincoln is a mobile app development shop
dedicated to pushing the frontier of user experience
to the moooooooon
But really. We make great apps that are beautiful and easy to use.
What we do
Jonathan Wiley has always been a builder. What started as an obsession with Lego and Gameboys morphed into a knack for building PCs and programming calculators. Studying computer engineering and mathematics at Vanderbilt University was a natural fit, and after earning his degree he set off to apply his skills to the emerging smartphone market.
Over the past 5 years Jonathan has worked with over 25 clients to ship first-class applications for iOS, Android, and Mac. He’s built everything from award-winning consumer apps (Internet radio, photo sharing, remote-controlled cars) to critical enterprise software (teleconferencing, issue tracking, email processing). And he’s always on the lookout for the next project. How can he help you with your development needs?
Jennifer Bennett has been creating and designing for a little less than a decade. With agency, corporate, and freelance experience, she is able to take a broader approach to any design project, assessing not only artistic and visual success, but also marketing, branding, and social components.
Jennifer’s design philosophy puts users first, custom tailoring intuitive and beautiful interfaces that fully immerse and engage your audience.
Outside of design, she enjoys spending time with her two cats, David Bowie & June Carter Cash, refinishing Craigslist furniture-treasures, devouring books, and printmaking. If you’re interested in design projects outside the realm of 1’s and 0’s visit her here.
Travis Smith – is new to the mobile-app development landscape, but is picking up skills like a Roomba picks up dirt: quietly and routinely. He graduated with honors from University of Florida, Gainesville, with a degree in Computer Science, and participated in the Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity.
Travis has worked with Tyco International, Verifone, and has been the C word…a consultant. He also built an awesome Leaderboard for the League of Legends game, battling through the MOBA’s stats in with his skills in Java, Quartz, and MySQL.
When he’s not busy playing video games, Travis can be found nerding out over the latest tech blogs and updates to his favorite APIs. He also loves puzzles and being our resident Android fanboy.
Google has debuted a new style guide for their recent OS – Lollipop. It is called Material Design and the internet is BLOWING UP with articles about this new guide. Well we’re about to jump on this bandwagon too and explain why this is such a big deal. The #1 problem Android has had since its creation is also it’s own selling point. Diversity. Many different phone manufacturers made many different phones and added their own “takes”, if you will, on the…
“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.” – Abraham Lincoln Today, we flew a probe 4 billion miles through space to land on a comet moving 40,000 miles per hour. When we originally developed the name LunarLincoln for our company it was events like this one that inspired us. We’re explorers, we’re inquisitive, we’re resourceful. Humankind’s ability to see the future and plot its possibilities allows for organizations like the ESA to build and…
We’re busy, you’re busy, everyone has shit to do. But the real question is – how DO you get all that stuff done? Magic? Mary Poppins finger snapping? I wish. For me, I am old-school. I love nothing more than making a list at the start of each day and checking things off on a pad of paper. Each little checkmark sends a tiny bit of dopamine coursing into my brain. (Sometimes I’m guilty of even half x’ing a box…
These blog posts are no longer getting written and posted on the weekend, y’all! In addition to LunarLincoln adding their very own minion, we’ve added the Lincoln part of LunarLincoln full-time. Things that get more awesome with Wiley + Jenn (+Travis) full time? In-house UI/UX design In-house design and usability consulting Post-app launch marketing advice Web development (don’t you want a nice app website, to go with that nice app?) QA testing Even more blogging and twittering (and more gifs)…
Are you ready to explore a new frontier? Let us be your guide.