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July 2016

CommunityDevelopmentWeb
July 28, 2016

Improving information retention with the art of sketchnoting

"Sketchnotes are rich visual notes created from a mix of handwriting, drawings, hand-drawn typography, shapes and visual elements like arrows, boxes and lines" - Mike Rohde, 'Sketchnoting Godfather' and author…
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CommunityDevelopment
July 26, 2016

CookiesHQ guys discuss Brighton Ruby

A few weeks ago, Nic, Denis and Rob travelled down to Brighton to attend Brighton Ruby Conference - held at Brighton Dome, it's a chance for fans of Ruby to…
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DevelopmentWeb
July 22, 2016

Sign-in and sign-up forms: from mobile to desktop

There are so many theories about the do's and dont's of sign-in and sign-up forms. They are so simple and yet so difficult to get absolutely right. It seems like…
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Development
July 18, 2016

The If and What If method to help you develop more rounded features.

It's funny how sometimes little methods, when applied religiously, can help you develop better products that just make your job easier.
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DevelopmentWeb
July 13, 2016

What I’ve learnt from teaching for Code First:Girls

What teaching for Code First:Girls has taught me about myself, the way I see development and how it affects our 'Do good; Be good' mindset.
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StartupWeb
July 7, 2016

What is the “Internet of Things”

As time passes and technologies expand at an ever increasing rate, our dependence on smartphones, gadgets and applications will keep growing to match it.
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DevelopmentWeb
July 5, 2016

Upgrading to Roadie 3 for email styling

We've been successfully using Roadie 2 to style our apps emails in the past, but we found out we needed to switch to v3 of the gem if we wanted…
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