Weekly Top 5 : Highest Shared Links
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15 Ways to Test Your Minimum Viable Product
The idea behind this exercise is not to see if the product can be built in terms of technical feasibility. In order to reach that stage, however, you need to make sure your product passes certain tests. Time and money are valuable resources and wasting them on building a product that doesnt meet that criteria is out of the question. 15 Ways to Test Your Minimum Viable Product
10 Responsive Design Problems and Fixes
The Internet is changing, with responsive websites quickly adapting to any device and screen size to bring the user the most dynamic experience possible. From multinational corporations like Sony, Microsoft, and Nokia to global tech stars like Salesforce to online travel giants like Expedia, serious players are turning to responsive web design to march in step with the current trends in and reach an even wider audience of customers. The problem is that performance cannot be mocked up in Photoshop, and new methods to meet design challenges have to be adopted. 10 Responsive Design Problems and Fixes
3 Reasons You Cant Just Ask Customers What They Want
Pepperoni or cheese pizza?Simple questions result in simple answers which, when researching and developing a product is every product owners dream. Just tell me what you want, and Ill make it. Quick. Asking these types of questions, as tempting as they are to ask, bring about certain dangers that can result in skewed results, missing information, and, potentially, failed products. 3 Reasons You Cant Just Ask Customers What They Want
Why Did Google Decide To Split Inbox From Gmail?
He worked for Google and various startups and climbed to Everest base camp. A couple of years ago, right around the time Googles Gmail team decided to start working on a standalone email app the recently announced Inbox a major redesign of Gmail was launched. As is the case with all Google products it was first released internally as dogfood to let Googlers themselves digest all the new features, or as was the case with this particular redesign, the removalof most of the advanced features. Why Did Google Decide To Split Inbox From Gmail?
9 GIFs That Explain Responsive Design Brilliantly | Co.Design
Most people vaguely understand that it refers to websites that work just as well on desktops as they do on smartphones, but there’s a lot more to it than that, leading to widespread confusion (heck, I’ll admit, I’ve even been known to misuse it myself, even after fellow Co.Design writer John Pavlus called me a dummy for it). The GIFs below show many of the basic principles of responsive designs, with explaining quotes by Froont co-founder Sandijs Ruluks. Responsive designs fluidly expand, whereas adaptive designs hitch as you expand a browser or viewport. 9 GIFs That Explain Responsive Design Brilliantly | Co.Design