Front-End, UI / UX Engineering
User experience and user interface design are key components of the Revelry product development process. While UI / UX design is an ever-expansive (and ever-evolving) category, we rely on design thinking best practices and a unique Lean Agile process as we tackle all aspects of our front-end development work. Equally important: Our design engineers remain curious…always learning, questioning, and pushing into new territory.
Here, our team of front-end design engineers share some of their thoughts, ideas, and observations. Sign up for our monthly newsletter for more.
The checklist is a good foundation for a UX audit and can be used as a starting point and not as an end goal, but rather as a guide.
User Experience Design (UX), is a term coined by Don Norman in the 1990s while he was Apple’s Vice President of Advanced Technology group….
I’m pretty lucky to work with a larger overall company that includes a larger design team, so I can count on them for a second eye. But if you’re working on a small startup and you’re the only designer there, have no fear. It can get overwhelming, but I’m here to help.
If you’re designing and building apps with the iPhone X in mind, you’re going to want to optimize for its many changes and troubleshoot some common problem areas. Brittany researched the iPhone X more than most people who bought the phone!
Blaze’s heart was so happy the day she discovered the ability to change font color based on the lightness or darkness of the background. She shares with you the magic of SCSS in this detailed post.
The design and development teams at Revelry collaborate on nearly every project. We sync with our internal team to go over project documentation and details, meet with our innovation partners, and have discussions about process and implementation.
A great way to save hours of time is to always keep cross-browser best practices in mind throughout the process of developing a new site.
Use null values in your Sass mixin to erase the style properties you don’t need.
Two weeks ago the engineers were given a challenge to write a method that cut off a block of text leaving an excerpt trailed by an ellipsis. As soon as the engineers were given the challenge question, I began to scribble down the front-end version.