“Andy Grignon is always looking for the next big thing,” according to Business Insider. “Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn’t. He was part of the Apple engineering team that worked on the original iPhone. Then, he moved to Palm to lead the development of its ill-fated webOS.
“Grignon has spent much of this year working on a new startup called Quake Labs that hopes to change the way we create content on our iPhones, iPads, computers and even televisions.
“‘We’re building a product that enables a whole new kind of content creator,’ Grignon told Business Insider. The goal, he says, is to provide users with a simple set of tools that lets them create rich media projects on their mobile devices and PCs, which would otherwise require lots of design and engineering know how. ‘I want to enable someone with zero programming ability to build something amazingly cool that would be difficult today even with an experienced staff of designers and engineers,’ he says.”
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