Tags archives: Eric Sailers

  • The wait is finally over! ArtikPix and ArtikPix - Full 3.0 are now available on the App Store! Version 3.0 is a major update with several improvements: • Re-imagined and re-written from scratch for a better user experience • A wizard (aka setup assistant) provides a step-by-step process to easily configure the following for each new student: name, decks, sound positions, syllable lengths, grammatical levels (word, sentence), and matching level • A student profile provides an easy way to view student notes and scores, and to update student configurations • All new group scoring - unlimited number of students per group - to tally independent and prompted responses in the flashcard and matching activities • All new user interface • Student data organized by sessions that are open or c[...]

  • 4 years. It has been 4 years since the last ArtikPix update! Why did it take that long? Well, several events occurred in the last 4 years, leading me down a long road of learning experiences that helped me finally complete the update now. 2 years ago, I had developers try to update the app. It was going to be a minor update to fix some appearance issues and glitches, but other significant features broke in the app. Additionally, the app really needed a major update that required more experience on my behalf. I started thinking how it could be better if I had the expertise to code my own apps. Additional events - occurring within my life in the last 4 years - led to this major ArtikPix update. One big event in my life was having children. My wife and I now have two energetic sons, Lev[...]

  • This year I will be presenting all-day sessions on iPad for students with speech-language needs, and I recently finished my slideshow. It was fun compiling the slides, as the content focuses on how I typically implement iPad (as a school-based SLP) with my students who have speech-language needs. To this end, I was excited to include the latest features from Percentally Pro 2.1, my data collection app I use each day as an SLP. You can see the Percentally Pro 2.1 information on pages 69 - 86 in the slideshow below. The slideshow also includes ideas and strategies for several other apps. iPad for Speech-Language Needs from Eric Sailers

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here's a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate how to post to Twitter from an iOS app. If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here’s a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate how to animate an image in an iOS app: If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here's a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate an iOS app with a mood ring using a picker: If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here's a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate an iOS app that displays information in a table via a dictionary: If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here's a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate a student roster in an iOS app: If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.

  • Eric Sailers, speech-language pathologist and owner of Expressive Solutions, has been learning iOS programming. He took the initiative because he wanted to collaborate more effectively with iOS developers on apps by Expressive Solutions. Plus, he has hopes of developing iOS apps for Expressive Solutions at some point in the future. He started creating videos to demonstrate various iOS programming skills. He believes if he can teach the skills he can demonstrate his understanding of the skills. Here's a video (best viewed at 720p in full-screen mode) of Eric using Xcode (Mac app) to demonstrate a simulated on/off light switch in an iOS app: If you can't see the video, click here to go to YouTube.