Design & UX

Reader's Corner No. 30: iOS Reach Navigation, Deleting a Google My Business Listing, Effective Brief, and Hacking Yourself

June 5, 2017

This week is full of presenting and attending conferences, and we look forward to all the new ideas and fresh perspectives. Keep a look out for those insights next week. We have some interesting articles to share with you from last week, including: iOS each Navigation, deleting a Google My Business listing, effective briefs, and hacking yourself.


Reader's Corner No. 29: Recorded Sound and Innovation, Forbes' Progressive Web App Mobile Site, and #JavaScript 30

May 30, 2017

We hope your Memorial Day weekend was wonderful and that you're ready to hit the ground running this week! This week for our Reader's Corner we will be discussing judging utility and innovation, Forbes' new PWA (Progressive Web App), and a 30 day JavaScript challenge.


Reader's Corner No. 28: Vue.js 2 + Firebase, Beyond PageSpeed Insights, How to Fix Change Management, and Stopping Global Cyber Attacks

May 22, 2017

We have a lot of interesting articles to share this week with you. We have an easy to use tutorial on how to use Vue.js 2 + Firebase, and how to improve your site's performance moving beyond Google's PageSpeed Insights. We also address the dreaded change management and how to fix it, and wrap up with a recently slowed down global cyber attack.


Reader's Corner No. 27: Tinder's Smart Photos, Browser Engine Explained, Avoiding Online Marketing Mistakes, 3 Project Manager Calendar Tools

May 15, 2017

This week we are covering a wide range of topics, including Tinder's Smart Photos, explaining what a browser engine is, online marketing mistakes and how to avoid them, and 3 different tools to create a project manager calendar.


Reader's Corner No. 26: Product Market Juicer Question, CSS Peeper, and Chrome Encryption Requirements

May 8, 2017

We've had a few busy weeks during this conference season, but are happy to be sharing a few favorite articles with you. This week we're reading about a product market scenario, the Chrome extension tool CSS Peeper, and Chrome's upcoming encryption requirements.


Reader's Corner No. 25: Design Terms You’re Getting Wrong, Six Programming Paradigms, Getting Biased User Data, and Writing Proposals

May 1, 2017

We’re sharing with you topics this week that cover both design and development, as well as project management. The topics are: design terms you’re getting wrong, six programming paradigms, getting biased user data, and writing proposals.


Reader's Corner No.22: Why Japan’s Rail Workers Can’t Stop Pointing, Defining Processes for Your Team, How We Made Comic Sans, and Why PDF Newsletters Don’t Work

April 10, 2017

This week we share highlights from articles addressing the point-and-call system, how to define processes that actually have things get done, all about the creation and use of Comic Sans, and why PDF’s aren’t ideal for email newsletters.


Reader's Corner No.20: Accessible Email Newsletters, Too Much Risk Management, Scheduling Social Media Content, and CSS Grid Layout

March 27, 2017

We want to share some highlights from our readings this week, including the following topics: accessible email newsletters, too much risk management, scheduling social media content, and CSS Grid Layout.


Reader's Corner No.19: Managing Assets, Scheduling Mistakes, Visualizing Garbage Collection Algorithms, Internet map in 1973, and Craft Beer Branding

March 20, 2017

We are excited about Spring in the office, but still managing to get work done somehow. This week we're sharing about managing your physical and digital assets, common scheduling mistakes, visualizing garbage collection algorithms, an Internet map from 1973, and a craft beer branding guide.


Reader's Corner No.18: iPhone VoiceOver, ACCURATE Information, Instacart’s Staging Environment, File Naming Tips, and Adobe Illustrator Turns 30

March 13, 2017

We have a wide variety of topics this week to share, including: the iPhone VoiceOver feature, the importance of ACCURATE information, Instacart’s physical staging environment, file naming tips, and celebrating Adobe Illustrator turning 30.


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