Our team is preparing to go to DrupalCon Austin currently. This does not mean Michael and Bastian are not already working on getting parts of DrupalCon Amsterdam in line. Michael chairs the Site Building Track and I chair the DevOps track.
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In parts one and two of this three-part series about the design of our new website, I wrote about why we decided to redesign, how we chose a design direction, and looked back at our first few attempts at a home page. In part three, I’ll explore how we used tape to mold our site into what it is today.
On the a slightly rainy Saturday morning the most motivated UXers gathered at the Zurich University of the Arts, for the very first UX Camp Switzerland, to share and discuss their experience and insights on user experience design. In the atmosphere of creativity provided by the venue itself, participants gave presentations, initiated discussions and even played games.
This week our five stories hail from the world of social media, crowdsourcing and the deep blue see. Enjoy!
In part one of this three-part series about our website redesign I talked a bit about why we chose to change it up and how we decided on a new design direction. In part two, I’ll dissect the first few designs I put up on the wall and tell you a story about how a thief helped us right the ship.
From Google's Tag Manager to Sass Color Variables - this week's edition takes a looks at a broad range of topics. Enjoy!
On 15 May 2014 the 5th annual Home Office Day is taking place in Switzerland. As somebody who regularly works outside of the Amazee Labs office I got to appreciate many of the benefits.
It’s been about two weeks since our new Amazee Labs website launched and it’s still hard to believe I’m writing about it. We’ve kept this project a secret for so long my mind’s been tricked into thinking I’m spilling the beans by explaining what got us to this point.
In the last seven days the following five items got our attention. Enjoy!