In February 2001 seventeen people met in Utah and signed what is presently known as the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Among the participants was Alistair Cockburn who when expressing his post- meeting feelings appeared content that something substantive had been reached, “Speaking for myself, I am delighted by the final phrasing [of the Manifesto]. I was surprised that the others appeared equally delighted by the final phrasing. So we did agree on something substantive.”
Imagine if you will, your favourite App. Whether Android or iOS user you love everything about it, use it every day, recommend to your friends and you can’t imagine your everyday life without it. Have you ever questioned that affection? What is it those Designers and Developers know that so deeply engages you? Let me present to you what Publisto knows, after all our years and dedicated hard work, in the subject of App design.
Here at Publisto we understand that you need to have control over your website. Let’s say that your site is perfectly thought out and has undergone all the iterations needed to reach this level. Did you ever need to upload a new picture to your product? Change that little sentence on a service’s description? Remove…
Front-end development is all about user user interfaces (UI). How to make them easy to work with, natural to interact with and above all, welcoming. Studying them alongside their relevant production techniques, I came to question whether the same principles which apply to simple 2D websites and applications, similarly apply to mixed reality environments.
Ask any front-end developer, the bane of his existence has to be scripting proper css. But wait! There must be tools available to help you! I mean come on you are programmers you literally try to built software that will make your job obsolete . Yes, yes there are! Let me talk a bit about them.
When we recently created a social navigation bar for one of our clients, we were asked for the links to open in new tabs, instead of redirecting to the link URL. This raised a debate in our team about which approach was the best.