We’ve spent our time this week working on Shopify, HR tech, and researching the best mobile solution for an upcoming project. Here are some links we found interesting and/or useful.
While I don’t use portrait lock very often, I’ve had a number of people try to show me something in landscape and have that moment of trying to work out why it’s not rotating and then wrestling with control center. This is a nice, elegant solution to the problem, particularly seeing as apps aren’t able to disable rotation lock at the OS level.
This article breaks down the different types of UX flows and their purposes such as Task flows, Wire flows and User flows. I recommend any designers in a position of creating UX flows for various stages of the design process to have a read on this.
— Adam P
I found this site the other day and it’s a great resource for learning more about refactoring as well as design patterns, with both pros and cons for each pattern (as the author sees them). They even have examples in a number of different programming languages so you can see how each pattern is implemented.
Frameworks are not necessarily perfect for every situation and it’s almost always needed to be optimized for each project. We’ve learned a lot about the pros and cons of scrum over the years, and it’s interesting to know other team’s insights on it, as organization and culture, etc. are very varied.