The following video is the core content of the second part of a Desing Thinking workshop imparted by our friend Michael Gharabiklou, Founder/Managing Partner at Quor Studio. You can watch part one here.
On his visit to TangoSource’s México’s Headquarters, our friend Michael Gharabiklou, Founder/Managing Partner at Quor Studio, shared his knowledge about Design Thinking with us.
The following video is the core content of a 3-hour workshop and the first part of a 2-video series. It Includes the Design Thinking process and the importance of empathy in this methodology, among other topics.
As TangoSource’s role description says, web designers are architects of the web. They focus on the look and feel of the website; and so, they should be visual arts experts, who are skilled in color scheming, graphic design, UX and information flow. However, this is just a glance at the whole knowledge baggage that a web designer should own and dominate in order to create good and effective web solutions.
The web design process is not a linear path, but a convergence of multiple disciplines, techniques, and methodologies, which have to adapt to every project’s needs, whilst keeping up with the new technologies coming up every day. It involves and integrates several disciplines as Information Architecture,...
Recently at Tangosource I was assigned to work on an internal project named Dev Jobs (see dev jobs on iOS and dev jobs on Android), where I had the chance to work next to great teammates and implement a microservice architecture with Ruby on Rails, nodeJS, JWT, Ionic, Docker, and several testing tools, including RSpec, Mocha, Frisby, and Protractor. In this first post, I’ll explain the basics of the microservice architecture.
What is a Microservice Architecture ?
Martin Fowler gives a great definition.
We’ve been working with Heather Poon to provide open source art for a top down zombie shooter game. It is covered under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 license