Last Friday started for me with friendly smiles of people who care about user-friendly solutions, which make our lifes better. I was happy to be among 60 attendees of the first UX Brunch Zürich 2015, organized by Valérie Vuillerat, Rahel Vils and Marc Steffen. Event took place in Impact Hub, which is known as a space with a good vibe. Being there is already enough to love the world around you even on an early Friday morning. But greeting and meeting people, who understand your challenges and the big meaning of those small victories on the way to great designs, is even better.
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This week's edition features wearable power, a coffee cup that refelcts your mood and a new Twitter feature for iOS. Enjoy!
As summer is coming to an end we took the chance to enjoy our roof terrace one last time and hosted a little summer party at our office. We've had the pleasure to have Jonas Kamber's fabulous Fotobox with us, which brought some serious party fun. But have a look at a selection of the pictures and see for yourself; this is where you find the full set of the Fotobox pictures from our party and here's the link to the Flickr set.
We all know this: seeing once is better than hearing twice. No matter what we are talking about, something tangible is priceless. This becomes even more crucial if we are about to create something not existing yet. For example, a website that should serve its purpose well and provide great user experience.
Say "Servus" to Josef. We are very happy to welcome him to the Amazee family. In his role as deputy head technology he'll support Michael.
This week's edition is all about social media, sweet treats and those funny and cute cat GIFs.
Solid working relationships among colleagues can and will improve workflow, productivity, and results.
In the evening of August 6th 2014 the Drupal Security Team informed about a critical Drupal core issue: SA-CORE–2014–004 . We consider the risk as minimal, but have undertaken the necessary steps.
There is this feature in Chromes’ DevTools that allows you to directly edit your local Sass files without ever leaving your beloved browser. Even better, it will refresh your CSS files as soon as Compass has compiled them for you (kinda like Guard!). And to go even further, it will show you where the CSS definitions really come from (the original Sass files), instead of that generated gibberish.
Some of our team members spent a weekend in the great outdoors lately! See what happens when urban meets nature.