Do you take the time to document your product? Are you missing out on valuable improvements by spending time with your product in the way you expect your users use it?
I was in London last week speaking at the Contensis Autumn user groups. As the groups came to a close, we ended the afternoon with some 3 minute lightning talks.
I’ve become a recent convert to Atom Editor from Sublime Text and I really appreciate the highlighting in the treeview of a project when items have been added, edited or deleted since a recent commit to a GitHub repo.
Cold and misty autumn mornings highlight the delightful intricacies of these patterns. Their structure sits amongst the bushes and long grass as water droplets hang from their flexible frame.
A busy day ends with a frantic rush through the rat runs below the big smoke. Satisfying moments of cool air pass through the maze of intermingled tunnels. The body craves those moments as your crammed amongst the multitude who are passing through the same place.
We are not designing for mobiles, tablets or desktops but a medium that is volatile. Richard Saunders looks at the elements that make up a responsible responsive design project in an ever changing landscape.
My highlights from this years Handheld Conf
Is there a recipe for the perfect local government intranet?