Buzinga to Appster: An insider’s theory on why the app giants keep falling
DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell shares his take on the recent collapse of two of the app development industry’s most prominent players in his guest column for Smart Company.
The City of Melbourne Supports DreamWalk’s Proof Initiative
App developer DreamWalk was recently awarded a grant by the City of Melbourne to support our innovative new Proof program. This enables startups to develop proof-of-concept apps quickly and cheaply.
Clutch Ranks DreamWalk in Top 4 App Developers in Australia
Market research firm, Clutch ranked DreamWalk in their ‘Top 4 app development companies in Australia’. DreamWalk also made the ‘Top 3 App Developers Melbourne’ list.
The Australian Newspaper – A low cost way to test app ideas
The Australian tech editor, Supratim Adhikar talks with DreamWalk’s Joseph Russell about their new Proof Program. Proof helps early stage app startups with fast and cheap iPhone app development.
Why are we all so addicted to our phones?
DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell spent some time with the crew from Channel 7’s ‘Sunday Night’ program, looking closely at what makes apps addictive and discussing the ethical considerations.
Inside Small Business – How to develop apps faster and cheaper
DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell talks to Inside Small Business about ways businesses and entrepreneurs can save time and money when developing an app, without sacrificing quality.
An Aussie dad has invented Uber for Kids
DreamWalk client Simon Bishop makes an appearance on channel 7’s Sunrise program with daughter Bailey, to discuss The Hug App. It’s an app for busy parents that makes organising care and transport simple.
Word Invaders Review: Spells Well!
No longer the preserve of dowdy corners of newspapers, the word game is now all about action, adventure and being able to spell things really, really quickly.
B&T Magazine – Artificial Intelligence: To Join it or to Beat it.
Who’s jobs are safe and who’s aren’t from the robot invasion? It’s a hot topic right now and quite an interesting one from a business perspective writes DreamWalk founder and creative director Joe Russell.
Lifehacker – Elevator Pitch: DreamWalk
Apps have changed the world. Yet for many brands, they’re only now making the decision to leverage mobile within their business. Lifehacker talks to Joe Russell and Karl Graf from DreamWalk about their approach to the app business.
Executive Style – Why people still choose to work, even if they don’t have to
Fairfax’s Executive Style Magazine interviews app developer DreamWalk’s Co-Founder Joseph Russell in this thought provoking article about Universal Basic Income (UBI).
Clutch – Five-Star Verified Customer Review
“For 3 years, one of the apps ranked number 1 on the App Store in the education category, and it continues to receive 5-star ratings. DreamWalk surpassed expectations in terms of quality and project management…”
Inside Small Business – 10 tips for app start-ups
DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell gives Inside Small Business 10 tough tips for first-time app entrepreneurs. This list is a cut down version of Joe’s essential ’20 Tough Tips for App Startups’ eBook.
2UE Talking Technology (Radio & Podcast)
Joe Russell – Co-Founder of DreamWalk – chats to Trevor Long and Nick Bennett on ‘Talking Technology’ about his Aussie app development company and his approach to designing and developing mobile apps.
Fuse TV – SXSW Jam demo with app developer DreamWalk’s Joe Russell
Fuse TV’s Alexa Chung jams with DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell at South by Southwest (SXSW) in the Jam lounge, as part of the Jam US launch.
News.com.au – Melbourne brothers music app a hit at SXSW festival
TWO Melbourne brothers pulled big crowds at a US music festival for a new app that lets anyone create a song by singing into a smartphone.
The Guardian – Macworld’s Apple celebration opens amid fears of tech giant’s decline
The app lets you sing an original song into your phone and no matter how squawky or out of tune it is turned seconds later into an “original musical masterpiece”.
Touch Arcade – The terrifying future of greeting cards
Games journalist Eli Hodap discusses the innovative technology behind app developer DreamWalk’s latest promotional materials for new game – Surfy.
Financial Review – Brothers made Jam app, now for a business plan
It wasn’t the first surprise for the 27-year-old, who is still pinching himself, given the free music app has been downloaded 250,000 times in its first three weeks on iTunes.
The Australian Newspaper – Backing for app developer a dream come true
Investment banker David Williams announces his new app investment fund with the help of DreamWalk co-founder Joseph Russell.
KOB 4 Eyewitness News – Governor Martinez launched ‘Catch the Kid’ app
New Mexico governor Martinez launches new state tourism campaign revolving around the ‘Catch the Kid’ app, developed by DreamWalk in conjunction with M&C Saatchi.
Engadget – Jam for iOS hopes to be ‘Instagram for music’
Most of the apps on display in Macworld/iWorld 2013’s “Appalooza” annex are of the productivity variety, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t some fun stuff to be found. One that caught my eye was Jam from Australian developer DreamWalk.
148 Apps – Interview with Melbourne app developer, DreamWalk’s Joseph Russell
“I don’t want to sound greedy, but a free daily cheeseburger would instantly make this the best app in the App Store.” Says author Chris Hall when discuss Dreamwalk – The Mobile Treasure Hunt app with co-founder Joseph Russell.
App Advice – Ride the Greatest Wave (Surfy Review)
“Surfy (Free) by DreamWalk Mobile is an endlesssurfing game that is unlike any you’ve played before. While summer may be over, there’s no reason you can’t continue your surfing adventures from the convenience of your iPhone, right?”
Adweek – DreamWalk Interactive launches Surfy for iOS (Surfy Review)
“The ‘endless surfer’ challenges players to survive as long as they can while riding the waves, collecting coins and completing missions by hitting (or avoiding) items while surfing, among other tasks.”