About me

Although this photo of my bookshelf in my home office holds a lot of clues about me, here is a short bio:

I am currently a Staff Engineer in the User Experience group at Qualcomm and am also an instructor at UCSD Extension teaching Mobile Application development. I have over 15 years experience in developing prototypes for a variety of clients and platforms.

I am also an Adobe Community Professional and regularly invited to speak at conferences such as Adobe MAX , 360Flex, D2WC, and various user groups.

I have developed several iPhone and Android applications. More recently, I have been developing ConfiGAP, a utility for use with PhoneGap Build. In addition, I have served as a technical reviewer for several O’Reilly publications, and written for uxmag.com and the Adobe Developer Connection.When I am not coding, I am either spending time with my family or out sea kayaking. You can follow him on twitter @chrisgriffith.

[Opinions and thoughts that are my own and that are not necessarily shared by the company that I work for.]

5 comments

  1. Chris,

    I happened to run into your blog and am very impressed.

    I am currently looking for help with the development of a simplified Learning Management System (LMS) which will work with AIR and the web, using pure Actionscript 3.0. Additionally, I would like it to work on the Android phone/tablets.

    If you are available for contract programming, or can refer me to someone else (preferably local) who is interested, please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Dan Abramovich
    itsco@aol.com
    http://www.its-metacentre.com

  2. Thanks for the tutorials. Lemme ask you, is there a way to create scrolling (horizontal) set of thumbnails that when clicked play video. Think like a timeline presentation with clickable graphics that launch short clips to explain what was happening at that time. I’d like to do this in FC.

    Thanks again.

  3. Amazingly resourceful site you have created! I have a client who seeks a Sr. Flash/Flex UI Developer. They must have a high degree of proficiency writing rich client code with Java, Flex 4, and/or Air 1.5. Perhaps one of your group members would be interested in such a job opportunity? Thank you!

  4. Chris thanks for the amazing talk at the Adobe CS6 Launch Camp in Long Beach. Was eager to hear more on mobile web after the raffle but to bad for us they pulled the projector. You helped me realize that Flash is not dead as some of my colleagues’ has stated to me.

    Thanks again
    Jim

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