World Information Architecture Day is a conference that has been taking place every year since 2012. It has grown from being hosted in 12 cities back then to an impressive 58 (by my count) across 5 continents! This year was…Read more
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Visual Regression testing in the last few years has proven to become an additional pillow of comfort when testing that a site is operating correctly in regards to the User Interface. By being able to take a set of reference…Read more
Apologies for that terrible pun. But yes, we're back from the hack. Some of us are still recovering from the week-end's sleep deprivation, but we're all very happy with how the hack went. Only one of our teams made it…Read more
The event is tomorrow, our 2 teams are finalising their preparations. Team "it's just a name" will be going for the Evestor challenge, and team "Nuts Hack" will take on the CoOp one. But what have you prepared, exactly ? We've…Read more
It's this time of the year again - we say goodbye to the summer as temperatures and leaves are quickly falling down, we get the blankets out, we turn the heating on again, our heads are filled with Halloween and…Read more
Naming stuff in CSS is easy. If you forget about reusability, DRY (don't repeat yourself), OOCSS (object orientated CSS), component based CSS, and reusable patterns, then it really is easy. Class names such as .homepage-article-big, .homepage-article-big-alt and .homepage-article-big-alt-2 mean you…Read more
As front-end development becomes more and more automated, the introduction of task runners such as grunt and gulp are helping developers cut out the manual repetition of day to day actions. Automation however does have a manual process; opening all…Read more