Let’s dive into an important product design principle: feedback. Also called “Visibility of System Status,” we’re talking about the communication between the system and the user. Learn the what, why, and how of feedback in UX.
System Feedback in UX: A Developer’s Perspective
For all of the developers out there who feel that their learning has begun to stagnate as their career has progressed. Get some creative tips on how to continue building and learning new skills to prepare for your next big career opportunity.
How to Avoid Stagnation in Learning for Developers
There are scores of lists that compare product management software, outline the essential features of coding pipelines, or rank hardware that promises to make our remote working experiences just a little bit smoother. This is a short list of physical tools about doing the work behind the work; it’s the work that makes the work, work.
5 Physical Tools of Healthy Product Team Members
One of the biggest challenges of paying attention to tech trends is that the world is constantly changing. How do you keep up? Here’s where we suggest you keep your focus. This is our list of the top 10 things you should be watching in 2021 to keep from becoming obsolete.
10 Areas in Tech You Should Watch in 2021
Hackathons and Game Jams have been a favorite event for programmers and designers. They present the opportunity to create amazing app experiences in a short amount of time while building bonds with the tech community. With the cancellation of big events, it can be hard to keep a community together when the biggest outlets are not available. Thankfully, these are events can be evolved to fit a remote setting.
Evolving Hackathons & Game Jams for a Remote Setting
Making experiences in Augmented Reality is fun; Crema decided to try our hand at a holiday-themed filter; we created a neat scene-switching mechanic; our project file got corrupted and our friend helped us solve it; we learned valuable lessons along the way.
Lessons Learned Creating an Augmented Reality Experience
At the beginning of this year, a few developers at Crema were chatting about development related books that we had read or wanted to read. As we talked more, we thought “why not include others in the fun!” so we came up with some structure and kicked off our book club. We’re currently on our third book and we thought we’d share with you some of the tips and tricks that can help you along the way if you’re interested in doing something similar.
Tips for Running a Developer Book Club
Increase Code Quality with TypeScript
Since they pulled the plug on our local developer conference, we threw our own internal dev conference remotely: Crema DevConf 2020! In this article, we'll share some details about the event as well as an outline of our process for planning and execution. Our steps can be easily modeled by other dev teams that are looking for ways to further their craft skills and knowledge.
We Threw a DIY Developer Conference & You Can Too
In the summer of 2019, a few of our seasoned developers took on the hotly contested topic, “Will Flutter kill React Native?” One year & 250,000 YouTube views later and it’s still a battle for the two very strong contenders in the mobile space. But, in the end, which development framework reigns supreme as the "one code to rule them all?" Find out in this article.
The Great Framework Battle (Flutter vs. React Native)