Reader's Corner No. 73: The Future of Autonomous Vehicles, Postmodern Architecture for Showrooms, and Using Flexbox in Your Stylesheet

September 5, 2018

We are really excited about this week's edition of Reader's Corner! Today's articles span a variety of interesting topics, such as the future of autonomous driving technology, a fascinating review of how  Best Products (a retired showroom retail store company) challenged the "big box" store archetype in the 1970's with postmodern architecture, and a neat tutorial on using the CSS Flexible Box Layout.


Reader's Corner No. 72: Battery Breakthroughs, Unmaintainable Code, and Aqua Screenshot Library

August 29, 2018

Get through your afternoon slump this Thursday with a little bit of light reading and learning! In today's issue of Reader's Corner, we will be covering a new battery technology that doesn't catch fire, how to write unmaintainable code, and give you a quick look into the Aqua user interface screenshot library.


Reader's Corner No. 71: Your Phone is Listening to You, Google Maps Renames Neighborhoods, and Steps for Web GDPR Compliance

August 21, 2018

The team has contributed some fantastic articles today! Our first share is an eye-opening account of how one VICE writer determined that companies are in fact "listening in" to our spoken conversations via the microphone on our mobile phones. Next up is some intriguing evidence that Google may be running an unintended monopoly in relation to the naming rationale behind various cities and districts around the world. Lastly, our Project Manager Michael has provided a concise summary and relevant article on prepping your website for GDPR compliance.


Reader's Corner No. 70: Digital Accessibility Compliance, Javascript within the Spotify Desktop App, and Defeating Electron

August 14, 2018

I hope everyone has been keeping up with their reading assignments, because we are on our 70th edition of Reader's Corner! It's not too late to catch up, we've only shared 220 articles over the last year :-) Today we are covering digital accessibility compliance regulations, how JavaScript is used within the Spotify desktop, and defeating Electron (app framework)


Reader's Corner No. 69: Enabling Better Internet Communication, Another World, and the Funniest Things to Ask Alexa

August 8, 2018

Sharing some pretty fun articles with our followers today in our 69th edition of Reader's Corner! Keep reading to learn more about the rise of Webmentions (@mentions) on the internet, the creative aesthetic behind the classic 1991 video game "Another World," and an entertaining run-through of some of the funniest things to ask Alexa.


Reader's Corner No. 66: The Impact of 'Open' Workspaces, TypeScript 3.0 Release Candidate, and a New Code of Ethics in Tech

July 17, 2018

Congratulations on making it to the 200th day of 2018! More than half of the year has already come and gone, and technology continues its rapid evolution with each passing day. Stay in the know with our weekly Reader's Corner and avoid getting left behind! Today we will cover how ‘open’ workspaces may affect human collaboration, the new TypeScript 3.0 release candidate, and ACM's updated code of ethics in tech.


Reader's Corner No. 65: N64 VR with Javascript, Why Your Emails Deserve Better Context, and the Future of Pokemon GO

July 10, 2018

Keeping our fingers on the keys so you can keep your finger on the pulse; our team is excited to present this week's Reader's Corner! Today we will be discussing N64 VR with Javascript, why your emails and recipients deserve better context, and the anticipated future of Pokemon GO.


Reader’s Corner No. 62: When SEO Metrics are Useful, A.I. World Cup Predictions, and Drupal 8 Cache Tags

June 19, 2018

It’s Thursday! Which means we are bringing our readers some consistent, fresh content as promised. This week the DesignHammer team’s been reading about the most efficient ways to utilize specific SEO tactics, the expected World Cup finalists as predicted by A.I., and some thoughts on Drupal 8's new cache tags feature.


Reader's Corner No. 61: Undervalued iOS Features, Cheating AI Robots, Why Qbasic is Still the Best and the Slow Death of Internet Explorer

June 12, 2018

Another Reader's Corner this week means another opportunity for learning more about ever-evolving technology trends and news! This week we cover a little unknown iOS feature you should consider, cheating bots that are causing quite a stir in the mobile game community, a thirty-year-old programming language to reconsider for beginners, and why using Internet Explorer (people still use that?) has become an increasing issue for web developers.


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