Join us today, November 9th, in celebrating World Usability Day along with others around the world to ensure that the services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use. There will be dozens of events across the globe. We would like to share some of the most common problems we encounter, as well as some easy ways to make your website more usable.
As September came to a close, we reflected on a few bits of news: We published the final part in our blog series on Vue.js, won a dotCOMM award, and attended the NC conference for nonprofits. We also have some exciting news for one of our clients. Look forward to seeing you in the fall!
It's officially State Fair time in North Carolina, which means enjoying tasty food in the 70 degree fall weather we are having. We're still managing to get plenty done in the office. This week we're sharing a few articles we've read about key reinstallation attacks, handling uncertainty in project management, and the right way to select technology.
This week are sharing about our readings on a free, online font pairing tool, the fear of a smartphone dystopia, and how to keep your projects on-time and on-budget.
We are welcoming Fall over here with open arms, and opening the doors and windows in the office. We are still working hard though, and have some fun and interesting articles to share this week. Take a look at a sampling of graphic designs throughout history that matter, why punching Sonic 3D triggers a secret level select, a font design exploration of Untitled Sans and Serif, and VUCA vs SCSC.
In the last part of our series on building reusable components in Vue.js, Jay shows how to apply the same approach to building a complex date range picker.