We all learn lessons in life. Every book you pick up has its own lesson or lessons. You look around and you learn. You search on the internet and here is our blog. And a lesson again. Even five… 5 software development lessons from Stephen McLean that we are going to present to you today.
We, as humans, don’t like to leave things unfinished. We are motivated to finish a set of tasks, even with no further reward other than the satisfaction of completing them. That’s part of the digital psychology that we have to keep in mind when working in the design. And if you are interested to find out more, we would like to present you a guidebook by Daniel Stefanovic. Digital Psychology is a free library of psychological principles you use in design. Read and learn!
“Most programming languages today are very much like an Egyptian pyramids with millions of bricks piled on top of each other, with no structural integrity, but just done by brute force and thousands of slaves.” But it’s not about Ruby. You can get a more clear idea about this programming language thanks to our blog. And today we prepared the awesome news about one famous book you have to read. Meet ‘The Well-Grounded Rubyist‘. The 3rd edition.
You could already learn Vue by reading our blog. But there are other options as well. And to know about them you still need to read our blog first. That’s how it all works. This time, we offer you to learn Vue.js components with free video course. How do you like the idea?
“Trying to make sense of color is just us being human and trying to understand the world.” says color theorist and historian Alexandra Loske. For as long as we have existed, humans have tried to make sense of color. With that in mind, we tried to go through moments in color history that have influenced how artists and designers think about color. So, how colors work?