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It’s no surprise that many of you really dug our last list of essential tools and services to help you be an awesome UXer. So we decided to update our previously released list of essential tools we think you’ll love! From research to testing, to prototyping, to copywriting, and everything in-between, we’ve got you covered. 1. Cage Cage is a great way to collect feedback on projects – quickly upload your files (even video!) 2. Heatmaps, scrollmaps, and confetti oh my! 3. Quickly turn your static wireframes or high-fidelity designs into interactive prototypes with Filesquare’s quick-linking interface. 4.
Tie your work to the bottom line by A/B testing on the fly. 5. Supplement moderated tests and gain valuable insight on actual onscreen movement by using Mouseflow to capture live user activity on your website. 6. Sync your ideas, examples, and observations across all of your devices and then share them quickly and easily. Building a Drupal site with Behaviour-Driven Development. (This article first appeared on the Agile Collective blog.)
The Global Canopy Programme (GCP) needed to retrieve news syndicated from many public sources, manage it via an internal application, then re-syndicate it reliably to several public-facing websites. This application—called Forest Desk—needed to be described and built “just in time”, both to fit the clear initial requirements but also to adapt to any discoveries made along the way. Background I was asked to work with Agile Collective, as a technical partner, to help GCP to build Forest Desk using everyone's current preferred framework of Drupal 7. It promised to be a neat, compact site, with the potential for good in-house user experience and great performance. Support rapid iteration of features and just-in-time specification of the details,while also being reassured that ongoing development was stable and correct.
Getting agreement Although bits of the above can be omitted, there’s not much deviation permitted from the format. The Uncomplicated Firewall. SCaLE 14x interview with Victor Gajendran, Ticketmaster. I had the chance to talk to Ticketmaster's Victor Gajendran who will be attending (and speaking) for the first time at SCaLE 14x this year, which is taking place on January 21 and 22 in Pasadena, California.
He'll speak to attendees about how his company uses open source and how to empower your small teams to be part of a large, effective whole. Find out more about his talk, Lessons learned (the hard way) by doing DevOps at scale, in this interview. I know people would love to hear about the free or open source technologies you're using. What can you tell us? The fact that Ticketmaster has been around for 40 years is reflected in its tech stack. Is the decision to use free and open source tools relatively new, or would you say Ticketmaster was an early adopter? Ticketmaster is definitely an early adopter of open source technologies and has been for a very long time. Reveal.js - The HTML Presentation Framework. The HTML Presentation Framework Hello There reveal.js enables you to create beautiful interactive slide decks using HTML.
This presentation will show you examples of what it can do. Vertical Slides Slides can be nested inside of each other. Use the Space key to navigate through all slides. Basement Level 1 Nested slides are useful for adding additional detail underneath a high level horizontal slide. Basement Level 2. Serverdienste › Wiki › ubuntuusers.de. Server stellen Dienstleistungen bereit, die dann von sogenannten Clients genutzt werden können.
Häufig laufen die „Serverdienste“ auf eigens dafür bestimmten Rechnern, die von den Clients über ein lokales Netz oder das Internet angesprochen werden. Es gibt aber auch Anwendungsfälle, wo der Serverdienst direkt auf demselben Rechner läuft wie der Client, und der Zugriff von außen vielleicht sogar explizit unterbunden wird. Bekannte Serverdienste sind z.B. der Webserver Apache, der Mailserver Postfix, die Datenbanken MySQL und PostgreSQL oder der Dateiserver Samba. Convert a cheap tablet into a pro graphics tool. When it comes to professional art and design work, one of the biggest differences between an ordinary tablet and a pro graphics tablet is the ability to switch between tools quickly and efficiently.
Well, here's some software that can help you do just that. Tablet PC Mouse is a suite of apps for creatives who want to convert a tablet such as an ageing Surface Pro into a more modern, professional tool. In short, explains creator Justice Frangipane, it enables you to place custom virtual buttons on the screen to convert your device into a more modern, professional tool when using software like Zbrush, Manga Studio and Photoshop. The software also offers simultaneous pen and touch functionality on all tablets (except the Cintiq range). Subscription offer Artist collaboration "What we are attempting to do is replace the need for a keyboard and mouse for every need besides writing," says Frangipane, who's been working to develop the software with developer Takashi Yamamoto.
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