February 26, 2018
This week: Wireless charging, advice for novice designers, and checking git repos for secrets and keys.
Our weekly collection design and development resources for hackathon hackers is once again filled with some must reads and good-to-knows.
An introduction to key concepts, algorithms, and theoretical frameworks in machine learning, including supervised and unsupervised learning, statistical learning theory, probabilistic graphical models and approximate inference.
Tool for easily finding repositories with secrets and keys. Wakeup call for the people out there not using .gitignore etc.
Free resource that covers ECMAScript 2018 and ECMAScript 2019.
[Animated SVG Avatar](https://codepen.io/dsenneff/pen/QajVxO?editors=1010).
Take a look at this codepen, hot damn that is some cool login screen animation.
Pure CSS parallax effect. Simple and nice.
If you’re unfamiliar with CSS variables, this handy guide should got you covered.
What are handlebars? It might be that you’ve seen them in some apps already but have not really payed any attention to them
Six things to avoid when designing UIs that error-free, easy to use and understand, and effective.
Design does not exist in a vacuum. Therefore, understanding the users is more important anything else when designing purposeful products, and that’s where design research comes into play.
First part of three part series around design visioning. Understand how setting a shared vision for a project leads to better results.
Practical look at how to transform from a novice to a well-payed product designer.
A Dyson engineer explains why the company spent $71 million and four years developing a high-tech hair dryer
Why design something that is already pretty well functioning? Read why Dyson spent 71 million dollars on developing a high-tech hair dryer.
Wired article on the latest breakthrough in wireless charging: lasers.
Although charging with lasers is not yet here, wireless charging by other means is. Here’s a pretty detailed look at how to this now-soon-to-be-in-every-phone technology actually works.
Mornings are important. Read why.