Next up on our tour of our geek-tastic homescreen is (Digital) Dan Culic. He’s rockin’ the iPhone 4 (yeah a lot of iOS devices in this crowd—now what does that say?) and here is his screen:
Now what does Dan have to say about this layout:
iTunes (with my Music) and the App Store are my go-to Apps nine times out of ten, as I like to stay on top of the latest jams from Carly Rae Jepsen, or try for the ultimate fastest time on the new Minesweeper App. Hey, a boy can dream.
Contacts, Find a Friend, Google and Maps are essential to ensure I can get where I’m going, can call ahead to make a reso, and ensure I keep in touch with those that I’m meeting in case I’m running late. I think it’s important in the age of SmartPhones to be polite. There’s no excuse to be tardy.
Also, I commute to work and like to read on my train rides, so Newstand, iBooks and TFLN (my guilty pleasure and good for a great chuckle) are the perfect 20 minute scans. I love a good legit LOL moment on the train when reading about the latest loser-drunk situation that someone was willing to post on the Internet. Website genius.
Last, and probably the most important, is my media groupings – Camera, Pictures, Video, YouTube and Vevo. I love me a happen-stance photo opp or random viral video sensation, anytime and anyplace. My Home Screen allows for it all, and I love it.
The only App left outside of the essentials (Phone, Message and Email) is the Royal Bank App – I like to stay on top of my finances and Royal Bank lets me pretty much anywhere I want. Need to sell some stocks to cover a night out? No problem. As if, I’m not that reckless. Or am I…
I’ve had a chance to look at a bunch of homescreens and it find it interesting what apps we seem to keep up front. Entertainment is huge. Information is huge. Reading is huge. Though I feel like I might be way too focused on work-related apps on my homescreen. I might just have to sneak a game or two on there.
Next week I’ll bring you Mathew Kumar’s iPod Touch, Gadjo Sevilla’s Playbook, and Brad Grier’s iPad (two screens for that…and for good reason too!).
Don’t forget you can submit your own homescreens in the comments!
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