Weekly links curated by the product, design, and development teams at Revelry.co
Curated weekly by the product, design and development teams at Revelry.co.
Humble Book Bundle: Hacking Reloaded presented by No Starch Press (pay what you want and help charity)
Pay what you want for hacking books from No Starch and support charity!
LISTEN: The Bike Shed - Less Bad Than Expected
User feedback on fakes and mocks, benefits and drawbacks to FactoryGirl and exasperation over the handling of the Equifax data breach.
'Tis easy, just do like this.
7 ways to design for the iPhone X
Serious preparation required. Are you ready?
iPhone X - Overview - iOS Human Interface Guidelines
Backing up a bit to go over all of the principles you're going to need to design for the new Apple devices.
A Five Minutes Guide to Better Typography
It's a pretty fun guide. Keep it handy.
A Rebel Leader’s Secret to Better Team Design Decisions
Teams latch onto emergent principles like these. They keep bringing them up in design discussions.
Designing for People Who Have Better Things To Do With Their Lives – Joel on Software
When you design user interfaces, it’s a good idea to keep two principles in mind: Users don’t have the manual, and if they did, they wouldn’t read it.
THE REVELRY BLOG
Change the Lens: How to Perform Your Own Code Reviews
In which Jason says he'll never stop reviewing his own code.
Why Coding Without If-Statements Can Help Make Better Code
In which Robert says to use conditionals responsibly.
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