The Tweetly Wrap-Up: Week of February 13, 2012
Posted By : Sarah Musselman Posted On : February 17th, 2012
Topics : Design, Mobile Development, Mobile Web, Project Management, Social Media, Software Engineering, Twitter, User Experience Design, Web Development
- Good news for organizations who strive to protect machines from malicious downloads: IE9 provies 96-plus percent effective in blocking malware, while other major web browsers like Chrome and Firefox fall behind.
- Non-webkit browsers will support the -webkit prefix, which is upsetting news to those strongly supportive of the standardization process. How do we stop the CSS vendor prefix catastrophe from happening?
- Everyone thought Flash was dead due to the emergence of HTML5 and its technological capabilities, but it should be paying gratitude to Facebook and its games for keeping it on life support.
- One thing’s for certain: mobile web usage is here to stay. How are you preparing your website and landing pages for mobile users?
- What is the cost of bad project management? Should project managers place more emphasis on their people and their engagement with the project rather than the project process itself?
- Project managers are no stranger to the social web. We enjoyed this list of the top project management influencers to follow on the web. We hope to be added to this list someday!
- Did you know 77% of IT projects are being managed by an IT staff rather than a dedicated PMO? This may be the difference between success and failure in project management.
- A “Lessons Learned” discussion is a great way to close a project. Here are some questions to ask your team during this discussion to help everyone learn from the experience.
- Organizations that are driven by projects should consider customer satisfaction as a success factor. We think these best practices are useful in delivering a better customer experience beyond just project management.
- Designing for the ultimate user experience poses interesting questions about simplicity and complexity. How can designers ensure even the simplest things do not feel overly complicated?
- Our senior interactive designer, Kiley LoCasio, shares her thoughts on designing for the user experience: “Editing is so important for the user experience. What is not on the screen is just as important as what is.”
- Should typography honor content? There has always been a struggle to produce content before deciding upon design in the web industry, but we think this article sheds some meaningful light on putting content before design.
- What’s the difference between a good user experience and a great user experience? Check out these 4 elements to see how it’s done.
- Can you spot the two truths and one lie? 2020 seems so far away, but there are already predictions for what’s ahead in the growing area of software development.
- Apple is looking to quadruple its software development outsourcing to Indian-based technology companies. What do you think of Apple’s decision?
- A new study reveals that software developers suffer greater stress than users that use the software they developed. Check out these other emotions that were analyzed during this particular study.
- Education is so important, especially to youth. So we especially loved this article that discusses why we need to teach our kids to code.
- Facebook may be releasing its core C++ library this year, which would give developer access to high-performance server-side computing.
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