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903, 2016

How jQuery saved me from Twitter changes

By Richie Harris|March 9th, 2016|

The Sell
Twitter has become a major traffic circle on the social media thoroughfare. As any organization or social media savvy individual will tell you, if you want […]

1902, 2016

White Box vs. Black Box: A Basic Overview of Software Testing

By Chris Toler|February 19th, 2016|

Software testing is a necessary component of the development process. Simply put, testing ensures that software does what it is supposed to do, free of errors or […]

1902, 2016

Defensive development for an agile world

By Richie Harris|February 19th, 2016|

What is defensive development?
Defensive development is both a philosophy and a collection of techniques that can be used to allow a project to reach the finish line, […]

1707, 2013

Understanding Flat Design: Recycled Trend or Innovation?

By Amy VanderZanden|July 17th, 2013|

Flat design is a minimalistic design philosophy, focusing on: color palette, typography, and minimal effects. Simplistic, or flat design, is not realism; abandoning shadows, gradients, textures and […]

2606, 2013

UX: What Can Psychology Do For You?

By Amy VanderZanden|June 26th, 2013|

Design is not synonymous with UX. UX, user experience, means generating elegant interfaces that promote a user-friendly experience. Design, however, incorporates function and visual appearance. Integrating the […]

2606, 2013

Why Does UX Matter?

By Amy VanderZanden|June 26th, 2013|

User experience, UX, means generating elegant interfaces that promote a user-friendly experience. What makes an interface, well, elegant? Simplicity: Consistent, balanced design with a clear directive will […]

2606, 2013

UX: Identifying Your Target Audience

By Amy VanderZanden|June 26th, 2013|

User experience, UX, means generating elegant interfaces that promote a user-friendly experience. UX aims to satisfy targeted demographics, demographics critical for strategizing your design process. Alright. But, […]

2005, 2013

Use Sinatra, Haml, and Postgres to quickly build an app and deploy it to Heroku PART 2

By Edward Sharp|May 20th, 2013|

Here’s part two of an overview guide to using Sinatra, Haml, and Postgres to quickly build a simple inquiry form web app & deploy it to Heroku

Example […]