“There are three facets to making a great product: team motivation, product processes and company buy-in”, Macdara Butler, Senior Product Manager for Brandtone, stated at a talk in Dogpatch on Wednesday. Brandtone is a leading mobile marketing and engagement specialist working with companies like Unilever, Pepsico, OMO, Knorr and many more so Butler has plenty of experience in developing world-class processes for product development.
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”
- Abraham Lincoln
In 1984, Brian Stephens and his partner decided to fill in a gap in the market and set up an agency focused on design in Co. Wicklow. From these beginnings, Design Partners have evolved to a design leader recognised across the globe.
As technology has evolved, so too have design jobs in order to fulfil emerging requirements. Design in the print days was difficult enough, but the complexity has increased in recent years. To match this new demand, different design areas have come up: Web Design (2000), Responsive Design (2008), Experience Design (2015). With technology moving faster than ever, who knows where the next years will take us. We’ve put together a list of the design jobs which will influence our future the most.
You’ve built a great site in AngularJS. You like your code, the app’s functionality and design.
‘UX Guy’ Mark Swaine shared his thoughts about future areas of focus for the UX and design. Watch the video below to see how the industry has evolved over the past two decades and what are Mark’s predictions for the future.
Just a few days ago, The Verge published an interesting in-depth interview with Mark Zuckerberg, who announced Facebook’s groundbreaking plans for the next 10 years. That leads us to question; what else is waiting for us in 2026? How will the world look in a decade from now? Which products and technologies will infiltrate our everyday life? Get a cup of coffee, sit back, and take a journey to the future with our bold predictions:
Martin McWhorter, a senior web developer with over 15 years experience in full-stack web development, discusses best practices and advantages of using Typescript in Angular 1.x.
Since launching a beta version of the new Ryanair website in October 2015, guys from Ryanair Labs department have been working hard to improve major issues with the website’s speed and performance. Although choosing Angular as a framework was a good decision to make, load time of the first launch showed there are definitely issues that should be resolved.
Did you miss a session from the phenomenal Jaime Levy, an American UX expert, at Dublin UX Meetup in June? There is no need to be upset, you can catch up on the talk right here.