February 12, 2018
Our weekly collection design and development resources for hackathon hackers is once again filled with some must reads and good-to-knows.
Css-tricks’ Chris Coyier has a great little tip about using
Interested in learning web-powered augmented reality, but don’t know where to start? Uri Shaked has written one of the best articles out there about this very subject.
Love Scala? There’s a new framework, Udash, that helps you build “beautiful and maintainable” web applications with Scala. Take look!
There is a huge security risk in sandboxed Mac apps. Read more on Felix Krause’s blog.
Case study by Johny vino on designing a Airbnb for dinner that provides “An authentic home food for tourist which provides a cultural touch for tourist”.
Crash course on how to design for iPhone X by Azhar Anwar. Great article on the specific design aspects of iPhone X.
Monsoonfish has written great article on taking human cognition (memory, language, etc.) into account when designing.
How cool are the iPhone X corners! 😍 I mean really!
Harri Kiljander has written a massive (reading time 380 according to Medium) analysis on Stephen Elop’s shortcomings when running Nokia. A definite read!
Junction, the hackathon organizer, is taking steps to become a global community. What does this mean in practice?
Is Slack bad for your organization? Abe Winter argues that it actually destroys teams’ ability think, plan and get complex out of the door.