Today's articles feature some (light) politics in tech, the announcement of reCAPTCHA v3, and new environmentally-conscious updates on existing battery technology.
From Halloween, to winning awards, to conferences, and meeting with new clients, October has certainly been a rewarding month for DesignHammer.
In honor of World Usability Day (November 8th), usability is the theme of week's Reader's Corner! As society progresses and technology advances, social advocates and tech designers alike must ensure that the services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use.
Hear what the American Marketing Association has to say about responding to social fury, learn what squirrel burgers are and why you shouldn't be making them, and lastly an interactive episode of Black Mirror? Now that sound's terrifying!
Interesting topics of the day include the death of Google+ (how many of you actually use your Plus account anyways?), the persistent and overused infinite scroll feature as a web design choice, and something anybody can relate to–how to get work done when you don’t feel like it.
Featuring some interesting developments in tech and communication, in today's RC we touch on the recent and conceptual online terminology of "Voldemorting" and how it relates to SEO, then we take a look at the new iPhone X's photography capabilities, and finally we top everything off with the Visual Studio Code updates for September.