It’s short notice, but if you’re in Charlottetown, I’ll be giving a talk tonight at 7:30pm (March 21, 2017) at the Charlottetown UI/UX/Design Meetup about the history of silverorange and our involvement with the Firefox logo.
With the help of a few of my co-workers, I’ve written about a new design sprint process we’ve been using at silverorange, and how it applies in healthcare organizations. It started as a post on our silverorange blog, but was pulled into GV‘s Sprint Stories publication (thanks to John Zeratsky).
If you love design processes and healthcare (and who doesn’t), read the article: Running a design sprint in a healthcare organization
Silverorange, the web design and development company where I work, is looking to hire another great back-end web developer. It’s a nice place to work.
I’ve written an article about the surprising way the credit card industry is forcing Internet Explorer 10 out of use.
I’ve written a post about why our web development company has annual retreats It’s over on our company blog, in case you want to engage with our brand.
Why we retreat
Are you awesome? Would you like to work with me? Every day? Silverorange, the web development company at which I enjoy spending most of my days, is considering hiring a designer / front-end developer.
From the creator of the GIF: “it’s pronounced JIF, not GIF.” Of course, I’ve known this all along. As with all debates, the important thing is that someone is wrong.
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Interesting chart mapping the life, death, and popularity of web browsers over time. I haven’t seen this type of presentation before.
Updated the previous post with a link to the presentation video: A Brief History of Mozilla.com (and .org)