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Design is incredibly subjective and each person has their own opinions and interpretations. To ensure your vision is realized you can implement interface prototyping to visually display thousands of words worth of design and development requirements regarding how a system should both look and behave.
At the end of 2016 I embarked on a goal to develop an in-house framework for Mercury to use on our internal websites and web apps, as well as client projects. This blog post is geared toward front-end developers looking to make their own framework, and in this post, I’ll talk about approaches I took and lessons I learned during development of the Mercury UI Framework.
A lot of women in tech, including myself, don’t like to spend a lot of time talking about being a woman in tech. The topic is controversial, usually uncomfortable, and comes with a negative connotation similar to “oh boy, what is she complaining about now?” Fortunately when you’re like me and work with a company that doesn’t just employ women in IT but empowers them, you can feel confident to speak on an issue that still persists.
The rising demand for getting a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) to the market as quickly as possible has highlighted the criticality of Validated Learning within the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC.) Throughout the remainder of this blog post, we’re going to apply 2 of the 5 principles in Eric Ries’ book “The Lean Startup”: (1) Validated Learning and (2) Build-Measure-Learn. Let’s consider our first scenario.
See just a few of the possibilities for using jQuery AJAX with the SharePoint Rest API to display content from custom lists to an internal page.
Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity are core design rules that unify design elements. These rules can be observed in all aspects of life with some basic understanding of the principals. In today’s day and age aesthetics are more important than ever which requires designers to stay true to fundamentals and core principals to create timeless designs, and to do this we must understand each one. Are you designing with C.R.A.P?
The process of building a website is technically never done. Especially when said site is handed over to a client that will constantly be adding content. There is an invaluable tool that can alleviate a slew of future headaches that may take some considerable time and effort initially but will repay the designer tenfold in the long run. Of course, since you likely read the title, we are speaking of a Style Guide.
Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. This post will highlight the key differences, additions, and subtractions from version 3 to the soon-to-be released version 4.
Learning how to improve our functional testing capabilities one step at a time