Melissa Cash is the Co-Founder and CEO of Pok Pok, a kid’s company dedicated to helping raise the next generation of creative thinkers through play-based, digital learning experiences. Prior to Pok Pok, she was the Director of Operations at indie studio Snowman and designed baby and toddler products at The Walt Disney Company. When she’s not working, she can be found talking to her dog like a human or out looking for the next best scoop of ice cream.
August 3rd, 2021 | 1 hr 19 mins
adam baker, ajay, alto’s adventure, apple arcade, becoming steve jobs, brandon walkin, brian crawford, builtbysnowman, checkmark, circles, daylight, ester huybreghts, filipe, harry nesbitt, iphone, jordan, kid pix, llama, macworld, marketcircle, mastermind toys, mathijs demaeght, matt miller, melissa cash, playroom, pok pok, ryan cash, sarah blakely, shifts, simon, ski safari, snowman, soundtrack, spanx, stanford commencement, the game band, tiny wings, todd baker, toren borrowdale, turtle jacks, unity, zen mode
This week Tim chats with Melissa and Ryan Cash about Pok Pok and Snowman and their Apple Design Award winning apps, Pok Pok Playroom, Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey. We discuss the origins of apps built by Snowman and the genesis of Pok Pok. As a bonus Ryan shares how to prepare an app for Apple Arcade.