Team Members: Joe Johnston, Christian Saylor
The first version of iBrainstorm was released as a productivity tool for the design industry. We quickly noticed that schools were using it to conceptualize and capture ideas for students. The latest release enables students to capture and share their ideas, add sticky notes, drag and drop anywhere on the iPad’s screen, assign colors for prioritization, draw on the background canvas and share with teachers or classmates with a simple gesture.
What started out as an idea-sharing application quickly became the first-ever multi-device collaboration tool for the classroom.
iBrainstorm became the third-most downloaded application of all free iPad apps and the most downloaded app in the free Productivity apps category. To date, it has received over 2.2 million downloads.