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Responsive Web Design is Here to Stay

Software Development, User Experience

In case you’ve been living under a rock a bunch of new mobile devices were recently released: Two new sizes of iPhones, the Amazon FirePhone and Fire HD Tablets, new Android devices are popping up all the time (I’m just[...]

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What's In Your Toolkit?

Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

Overview

Designers are often required to produce stunning screen concepts of mockups as well as screen wireframes on short notice, with an expectation of seeing results within hours and, if we’re[...]

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Customer Engagement: CS Week Wrap-up

Software Development, Content Management, User Experience, Software Solutions

We're settling back in after CS Week and preparing for a hot summer here in Arizona, where temperatures (and utility bills) are sure to soar. One thing that stood out at this year's event was the buzz around[...]

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The Relevance of Supporting IE8 (Like it or not!)

Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

*Apologies to Opera users, you used to be on the list but the market share was too low to target Opera specifically.
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The Designer's IDE

Development Process, Software Development, User Experience

As a designer or UX professional working primarily in a developer's world, one usually gets stuck using whatever the developers are using while being expected to accurately perform all of the tasks they we're hired to[...]

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The "Ride-a-Bike-for-Lunch" Development Process

Development Process, Software Development, Culture

At isōs Technology we take our process automation expertise very seriously. Our clients aren't the only ones that benefit from this company pillar. The only way that all of us at isōs can be such evangelists is if we[...]

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part Two

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

We finished up our last post having a rather lame Facebook application. Now we'll use RestFB to do something more interesting for our users.

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part One

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

In a few short steps, we're going to create a minimally viable Facebook Canvas application using Spring Tool Suite (STS) and Spring Roo.

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