This means we’re that much closer to Safari supporting Progressive Web Applications.
Companies that have legacy desktop apps should consider writing the next version of that app as a PWA.
With the gig economy services expanding to developing regions more and more every quarter, the need for a new wave of exceptional offline user experiences is just a Progressive Web App away.
Implementing and maintaining several properties and apps means longer development, more maintenance, and most importantly, differing user experiences.
Sketching in business settings is not just about drawing – it’s about communication. Here’s what we learned from the latest round of teaching the workshop.
Desktop software should have push notifications and PWAs are the way to do it.
Could a Progressive Web App strategy reinvent how we use desktop software?
Design goes beyond a valuable business service. We have a hand in transforming people’s future. How can we deal with this responsibility?
DockYard is seeking a Project Manager to join our growing national team!
As a designer, I am responsible for the ethics of the products I help build. But ethics aren’t always convenient to discuss.
A UX audit can reveal big problems and simple fixes much faster than an insider ever could. Here it is, explained with paper towels.
When evaluating design teams, some work stands out immediately. That’s not always the type of work you need done.
The principle of customer sacrifice illustrates how a discovery process can reveal new opportunities.
The decision about where a problem & solution belong within a business is as important as execution and quality.
Understanding what they are and when to use them
Estimating the size of an unknown project can be tough. But you know more than you think you do.
Coast to coast
Learn how using Design Sprints to validate assumptions in the initial planning stages of your project helps ensure its success.
What exactly is design? What does it mean to take a design-first approach to solving problems?
Learning about communication patterns in larger teams