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It’s no secret that we love being lean, and I’m not talking about physique. The spirit of lean methodology is what allows our company to tackle any objective head-on (rather than being cornered by constraints), … Read the full article

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Vehicles are designed with purpose — every curve and every inch of the car is designed and engineered in a calculated manner, making sure the aesthetic appeal, performance, and capability is just right. Why should … Read the full article

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If you’ve explored iOS7, then you’ve witnessed the parallax layering effect of the background, icons, and opened apps. When browsing on a Mac, you’ve probably seen the impressive 3D views in cover flow and Time … Read the full article

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It’s not every day a major social tool gets taken over by some chumps. So what’s the protocol when these catastrophes do happen? Look at Buffer’s shining example. They were Johnny on the spot with … Read the full article

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From carefully considered microinteractions to detailed design experiences, designers and developers reward us with little nuggets — if we’re paying attention. As a sequel to our delightful details post, we have yet another 40 details rounded up from … Read the full article

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As the coinage of responsive design (a.k.a. RWD) approaches its three year anniversary, many of us find ourselves reflecting what we’ve experimented with and learned within these few years. Well, for starters we’ve learned that the … Read the full article

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