So I've been sitting on an idea I had for an iOS app for the past year or so, and I keep getting the urge to do something about it, but I'm not sure how best to approach developers based on my rather amateur and possibly unethical proposition.
I have next to no programming knowledge, and judging from what I've read in basic C books, by the time I could get myself to the level required, I don't even know if iOS will still exist, heck, I don't know if I'd even exist myself.
However, I do have a pretty strong concept, it's not the most groundbreaking app idea in the world, but I think it's useful. I can handle the design and graphics just fine, but I need a coder. I can't see the app being difficult for a relatively experienced programmer to write, in fact I would think it's pretty straightforward.
The thing is, I kinda want to do this as a sort of hobby. I don't want to quit my job, or rest my life savings on it, or rely on any kind of outcome for financial success, I would just like to get the app out there, and see what happens.
So, for that reason, I don't want to spend money on it up front. The model I had in mind is that both the developer and myself would work on it in our own time, with no strict deadlines, just 'when it's done'... and then I'd cover any ADC costs, and split any profits straight down the middle for the life of the App.
I've asked around my friends/colleagues and haven't had luck finding anyone, so before I head to the dev forums and get laughed out of there, I thought I'd ask some of you guys which way you'd think would be a decent approach to finding someone.