df 7.x-1.29

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Unchanging Gears

  Illustration by Nate Otto John Stallworth has been selling hardware and fixing bikes at his shop on Chicago’s South Side for 50 years, helping to anchor a neighborhood that’s struggled with population loss and divestment. John’s Hardware and Bicycle Shop is the kind of old-fashioned[…]

Getting Started with HTTP/2: Part 1

HTTP/2 has some really amazing changes to the way web sites and applications can be built. A year and a half after becoming published, almost 10% of websites support HTTP/2. It has definitely had notable adoption, but the conversation should be pushed further for front-end developers on[…]

Why You Should be Parallel Prototyping

So you heard that your UX team prototypes — but are they doing it right? In this article, I’ll give a quick intro to prototyping, and then delve into the differences between iterative prototyping and parallel prototyping. Prototyping — just another design buzzword? Prototyping allows designers and engineers to[…]

Bringing Digital to the Museum

Picture a museum. Images of quiet corridors, tiny wall labels, and “please don’t touch” signs probably come to mind. You might think of a place that is traditional, academic, and certainly analog. To be clear, there’s nothing wrong with things that are traditional, academic, or[…]