Pacing, layout and even narrative chronology change depending on user’s browser context.
Combining this approach with the ambient device sensor data you can get from HTML5 APIs might be worth exploring. (But, can you really find out that much within Mobile Safari in 2013? Worth investigating…)
“Life is full of speed bumps, just roll over them and keep going. Find mentors and cheerleaders who you really trust who can help you through the rough spots. And when you do fail, do some root cause analysis, learn from it, and move on.”
Florence Hudson / IBM Director of Corporate Strategy
“The web and most of the programming languages which drive it were designed by English speakers or western corporations and hence the majority of documentation and educational resources are also in English. Although much gets translated this still causes a delay in new technologies and trends being adopted.”
“…no human project has ever been undertaken without the hope of its accomplishment in a reasonable time, and more precisely with a maximum time frame delineated by the foreseeable life span of the one who conceived of the project, mankind has never operated according to a team spirit that spreads across generations, even though this is the way things actually happen at the end of the day: you work, you die, and future generations profit from it unless of course they prefer to destroy what you have done, but this thought has never been formulated by any of those who have committed themselves to a project, they have preferred to ignore it, for otherwise they would have simply ceased to act, they would have simply laid down and waited for death.”
- Michel Houellebecq, The Possibility of an IslandPosted
While it’s one of the driest parts of any high school career, I can’t overstate the importance of math class. Over the past few years, my job has been becoming more and more about implementing incredible visual designs, and as such, has required more and more raw math skill.
From simple custom…
Strongly seconded. Take it from someone who didn’t.
“Ron would always give a textbook answer to any retail question, and Steve would always go a few degrees off of that. I always thought Steve was just being mean, but later I realized that he was using Ron as a barometer of conventional wisdom of what his best competitors would do. I think it drove him crazy.”