This was our first Interesting Stuff Club in our new office, so we had the pleasure of sitting outside. Our regular roundup of any personal projects and anything interesting we’ve seen on our travels.
We’re very excited about our newest client, British Rowing, who have chosen us as their long-term technology partner for their RowActiv brand.
Our Digital Designer Emma has previously worked in isolation from the developers but at UVD we believe that designers and developers working collaboratively is the key to creating a great product. Emma explains why.
What a busy month! PHP Conference, Usability Workshop AND the JS Conf were attended by our team. Read about our best bits!
Kirsten talks through our approach to designing for user stories using the Havells Sylvania website as an example.
In the first of a two-part series ‘Stop doing upfront…’ Kirsten focusses on the waste of doing huge amounts of upfront design and how we seek to maximise our design effort within a user story and a sprint.
We take a look at using ARIA to provide us with a solution for building accessible breadcrumbs within a common hierarchical structure (or taxonomy) of the web: categorised sections which contain articles of content that are all related to that category.