The Tweetly Wrap-Up: Week of March 12, 2012
Posted By : Sarah Musselman Posted On : March 17th, 2012
Topics : Design, Mobile Development, Mobile Web, Project Management, Social Media, Software Engineering, Twitter, User Experience Design, Web Development
- CEO of the World Wide Web Consortium, Jeff Jaffe, shares his predictions for the future of web technology. Are we about to experience a generational change with HTML5?
- Adobe prepares to relace Creative Suite 6, which will give developers cloud subscription tools and design tools that use Web Standards. How do you think these features are measuring up?
- Do you have web history enabled? Google’s new feature now gives users the ability to view their recent searches from PC to mobile (and vice versa).
- Mobile web development just got simpler! Adobe Shadow lets you synchronize browsing between your mobile devices, PCs, and tablets to check content display.
- We enjoyed this interview with a 20-year veteran of the project management field; it gives a better glimpse into what it takes to be a project manager.
- As any project manager knows, there are many lessons to take away from every project. However, there are many lessons one can learn from a career in project management.
- How do you handle risk? Our senior project manager, Crissy Koger, shares her experiences with a project that forced her to navigate through less than ideal circumstances.
- “If it IS broke, fix it.” Where do you draw the line between project management and task management?
- What does the demise of Flash mean for the user experience? As HTML5 swiftly dominates web design and the need for responsive design grows, it will be interesting to see how this will affect web visitors.
- “Clean” isn’t such a dirty word for designers. Thinking twice about what the word “clean” means can lead to valuable feedback, regardless if it’s an overused term in web design.
- With the release of Adobe’s Shadow, it’s a dream come true! It is now easier to design unified websites that are responsive in both PC and mobile devices. Will you be using Shadow?
- What was design like before computers? It’s hard to paint a world without our machines. But let’s just say the design process was completely different in the “good ol’ days”!
- Yahoo is claiming they invented Facebook by filing a patent infringement lawsuit. Is this another sign that software patents are getting out of control – what do you think?
- Is software development a commodity? We enjoyed these 3 tips that will convince management that software development IS important to your business.
- Salesforce releases new products during the Cloudforce conference, including Rypple, a employee performance tracking tool that removes the need for employer’s conducting periodic reviews.
- The focus on how the software makes the user ‘feel’ can have coders & designers butting heads, which is to be expected. But why exactly does this happen?
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