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UW 2014 child theming updates

This past month I presented at the November 2014 Web Council on how we’ve taken child theming to a new place. Here is some official documentation to accompany and expand upon that presentation. First things first: the old way of initializing a $UW object with your chosen functionality (detailed here) still works. What’s different is…

Friday link roundup – November 14


Happy chilly Friday, and welcome to our now bi-monthly Friday roundup. This time around, we’ve uncovered at a free icon set, a guide to mobile UX diagnostics, and some amazing and free classes from MIT.

Friday link round up – October 31


Happy Friday and Halloween everyone! This week, we’ve rounded up all about how The Guardian designed their new website, why open source is the only way to develop these days, okays some nifty mobile animations.

Friday link roundup – October 17


This week, we’ve rounded up a historical tour through digital graphic design, a scary article on the dangers of public Wi-Fi, and another awesome learning-based game.

Friday link roundup – October 10


Happy Friday, everyone! Even prepping for the big homepage launch can’t keep us from rounding up our favorite links. This week, we’re exploring low-fidelity prototyping, learning about “written” letters from robots, and playing a game that teaches programming concepts.

Friday link roundup – October 3


We’re wrapping up this week with another edition of awesome links. Check out LinkedIn’s new university rankings, creative Web transitions, a technique to master programming languages, and more.

Friday link roundup – September 26


Happy first Friday of the academic year! This week, we’ve rounded up some parallels on Web and culinary worlds, how to gorilla test mobile designs, and why breadcrumbs are awesome.

Friday link roundup – September 19


This week, we’ve rounded up links to Oxford English Dictionary’s new online historical thesaurus, a couple of instances of big companies mistreating their customers, plus a way to create prototypes on your iPad.

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