Tagged with “patterns” (22)
You’ll learn how to keep your application logic truly decoupled, build modules that can exist on their own independently so they can be easily dropped into other projects and future-proof your code in case you need to switch to a different DOM library in the future.
This episode covers the hardy naked mole-rat, finding patterns in large data sets, a new shot at a tuberculosis vaccine, and more.
Devnology heeft als doel de community van software ontwikkelaars in Nederland te voorzien in mogelijkheden om vakkennis en ervaring op te doen en uit te wisselen. Ze wil een brugfunctie vervullen tussen de theorie en praktijk van software ontwikkeling.
The mobile space is changing rapidly, but many patterns of use and design have remained consistent for years. See some old and new mobile user interface patterns and discuss different design approaches to support users.
By Barbara Ballard.
In all aspects of nature, patterns emerge. Successful patterns within their context get replicated, and unsuccessful patterns die off. Designers can learn from successful patterns in nature, human behavior, and of course existing user interfaces. Applying lessons from nature is a tricky business, but applying lessons from existing human endeavors is reasonably straightforward. In design and development, a pattern is a known good solution to a recurring problem. But what aspects of a given design are part of the good pattern? Paginated search results are certainly a pattern, but Google’s extra-large graphic to get to the next page is part of the pattern that many adopters completely miss. An experienced guide will provide examples of:
- mobile user interface design patterns, from past to present
- mobile design pattern libraries available on the web
- emerging mobile usage patterns and how they affect design
- user experience architecture patterns
- user context patterns
- design principles patterns
Just over 30 years ago, an Englishman named Christopher Alexander tried to revolutionize architecture. In A Pattern Language, Alexander told architects and planners to design homes on emotional and spiritual principles – not on traffic flow. The revolution didn’t quite come. But the book had a surprising influence on another group of experts: the computer scientists who were just beginning to shape the Internet. Produced by Lu Olkowski. (Originally aired: August 15, 2008)
The UIE Book Club #2: Peter Morville’s Search Patterns - 5by5
Jeff Sutherland is the creator of Scrum, and was one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto, which marked the start of the Agile movement. He began his career as a fighter pilot in the US Air Force, and went on to join the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School. Dr. Sutherland has served as VP of Engineering or CTO at eleven software companies, managing the last seven entirely using Scrum, and achieved industry-leading, hyper-productive results. He is the Chairman of the Scrum Training Institute, and Senior Advisor to OpenView Venture Partners where he is Agile coach for portfolio companies. Jeff’s personal blog is on http://scrum.jeffsutherland.com and you can follow him on twitter via @jeffsutherland
In this podcast we speak with Jeff about his professional experiences, both in the military and in developing and implementing Scrum. We talk about some of the common pitfalls for Scrum adoption and we talk about training and certification.
This interview was recorded in an Amsterdam hotel on the 9th of December 2010. Interview by @freekl and @arnetim. Audio post-production by @Mendelt.
Following on from Harry Brignull’s UX Brighton 2010 presentation on Dark Patterns for Designers, this presentation looks at Dark Patterns from a Brand Owner’s perspective, discussing, among other things, the problem of Google Instant auto-completing searches for your brand name with the word ‘scam’, and why this can happen.
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