Oh Alex I am so far from advanced!! I'm just stubborn and know that there is nothing I see in my mind that Kwik can't do, I just haven't found out how to do it – yet. So I hunt and peck my way through and scare the heck out of anyone walking down the sidewalk when I discover the answer and do my Eureka!!! dance. LMAO
Is there any other way to do Kwik? If you are a non-programmer anyway? I do love those EUREKA moments. Honestly, Alex, I would like to do some simple tutorials eventually. I am also thinking that I can propose a session to introduce Kwik for the Society of Children's Book Writers and illustrators conference next summer. I think it's such a great tool and would love to help share it. But first I need to get these three apps published. Soon! Only one little issue to fix on the iOS version this last one. ::)
Nice. let me know how can i help you with your future presentations. this week i got a message from Anna-Maria Crum, asking about Kwik for her presentation at SCBWI, chapter Rocky Mountain later this month.
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