A good discovery session sets the foundation for building a successful product. UX/UI Designer Mark Wilson shares his knowledge of starting a project right.
In the first ever “Confessions of a Designer”, talented UX/UI Designer Mark Wilson shares his experience with a successful case of user testing. Learn about his strategies when it comes to working with clients and the value of experimentation in design.
Two Tall Totems is proud to be part of the team hosting VanHacks from September 21-23, 2018. Vanhacks is a hackathon where designers and developers come together to create meaningful solutions for non-profit organizations. Learn more about how to get involved!
TTT hosted its first ever internal hackathon this weekend, and it was a blast. The five multidisciplinary teams were hard at work for 24 hours, fuelled by snacks and a competitive drive. Read about some of the most memorable moments and take a glimpse inside the energy filled office.
Android Developer Jian Liew dives into his experiences with communication and the challenges that arise when working with Slack. He also explores the frustrations of an open concept workplace and shares three pieces of advice for those struggling with modern office communication.
It’s hard to know how to approach the feedback process when collaborating with a Designer. In this blog, experienced TTT Designer Ann Kang gives valuable tips on how to build relationships and give meaningful feedback.
iOS & Android Developer Mitchell Ganton talks about why collaborative coding is so important. As an instructor, mentor and from his many years of experience working in the industry, he has some key advice to give new developers. Read all about it in this issue of “Confessions of a Developer”.
We’d like to introduce the VR platform we built for a client in the mining industry called VRify. VRify revolutionizes the relationship between investors and mining companies. A stand out feature is the 360 virtual tour which investors can access remotely from anywhere in the world.
In the last instalment of “The Most Difficult Project I’ve Ever Worked On”, Felipe Pena addresses some learnings from a project management, and gives some advice on how to be effective when PM-ing.
In Part two of this blog series, Senior iOS Developer Felipe Pena talks about the technical learnings from the most difficult project he’s ever worked on. He talks about the frameworks and tools were chosen for the project, and some work arounds for issues developers often run into.
Senior iOS Developer, Felipe Pena, details his experiences and learnings from the most difficult project he’s ever worked on in our brand new blog series “Confessions of a Developer”. “Confessions of a Developer” is an honest, candid, behind the scenes look into the life of a Developer.