Tecnologia e Giochi

net June 2019

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editor’s note

In many professions, the onus is on how much you’ve personally sweated, rather than the results that you’ve achieved. Fortunately, web design isn’t afflicted by this delusion. In fact, the best designers are often those that recognise we achieve our optimum results by building on the work of others and standing on the shoulders of giants. Perhaps the best example of this is through the pervasive use of APIs. By plumbing the excellent dev work of others into our code base, we can make sites and apps that offer our users innovative functionality without having to reinvent the wheel. That’s why this issue we’ve asked Tam Hanna to profile 19 of the most groundbreaking APIs available, so you can add awesome functionality developed by giants like Apple, Google and Mozilla to…

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featured authors

TAM HANNA Hanna is an electrical engineer who’s seen the web morph from static content delivery to an environment able to run advanced apps. On page 60, he guides you through the most innovative APIs currently available. Insta: @tam.hanna JOSHUA GARITY Garity is the founder of both UX Triggers and Candorem. On page 68, he shows you how you can use colour theory to meet user expectations and optimise your user journey. w: t: @iamlucid CHARL VAN DER WALT Van der Walt is chief security strategy officer at SecureData and an expert in the offensive paradigm inherent in information security. On page 22, he explores why the global internet is heading towards a schism. w: RICHARD MATTKA Mattka is an award-winning creative director, designer and developer. He reveals how you can create and publish a simple WebGL game in…

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EDITORIAL Editor Josh Russell Acting Group Editor in Chief Claire Howlett Senior Art Editor Will Shum CREATIVE BLOQ Editor Kerrie Hughes Associate Editor Ruth Hamilton Operations Editor Rosie Hilder Senior Staff Writer Dominic Carter CONTRIBUTIONS Mark Billen, Kyle Carpenter, Christian Coan, Jo Cole, Robin Davies, Natalie de Weerd, Paul Ferry, Joshua Garity, Tam Hanna, Steve Jenkins, Harriet Knight, Oliver Lindberg, Richard Mattka, Tom May, Jim McCauley, Neil Pearce, Daniel Schwarz, Mark Smith, Alexander Tolstoy, Charl van der Walt, Kym Winters PHOTOGRAPHY All copyrights and trademarks are recognised and respected ADVERTISING Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove Senior Advertising Manager Michael Pyatt Account Director George Lucas INTERNATIONAL net is available for licensing. Contact the Licensing team to discuss partnership opportunities. Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw PRINT SUBSCRIPTIONS & BACK ISSUES Web Email enquiries Tel 0344 848…

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Send your questions to THIS MONTH FEATURING… DAMIEN FISHER Fisher founded digital marketing agency and web design studio Fishtank 10 years ago. Based in West Yorkshire, its client base spans the world. w: t: @teamfishtank ROSS CHAPMAN Chapman is product/UX designer at Etch Sprints, where he runs design sprints, leads digital product design and coaches upcoming designers. w: t: @rosschapman QUESTION OF THE MONTH Regarding ‘design sprints’, the word ‘sprint’ implies to me that you’ll be exhausted at the end of it. Is that the case? And, if not, do you think that ultimately another term for this process might help break down any resistance to it within an organisation? AJ, Norway RC: No way! Exhaustion certainly isn’t the goal. A design sprint is simply a way to reduce the risk of bringing something new to the market, improve a…

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3 simple steps

Global thinking + DF: Locality should not be considered an issue. A digital agency should aim to be working on a global landscape; after all, a website is created for the world to see. Time zone neutrality + At Fishtank we have a nice blend of UK and international clients and with modern technology we negate any issues of time zones using applications like Slack, Asana, BugHerd or Google. Point of difference + We are based in rural West Yorkshire but this works in our favour. The general association with London agencies is that regal brands with obscene budgets often run campaigns over an extended period. But not all projects can be campaigns and these agencies are not always interested in singular projects due to their various financial commitments.…

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cool stuff we learned this month

GOOGLE LAUNCHES FLUTTER 1.2 AND DART DEVTOOLS + Google’s announced the first feature update for Flutter, Flutter 1.2, at Mobile World Congress. With Flutter 1.2, developers will be able to integrate IAP purchases into their applications. Also announced was a new web-based suite of programming tools called Dart DevTools. AI AND WEB DEVELOPMENT + This report examines how AI is reshaping web development by offering users a more personalised experience. It also looks at how developers are realising they can cultivate a new kind of user experience that exploits the power of machine learning (ML) to dynamically adapt more quickly than ever before. GOOGLE DUO VIDEO CHAT AVAILABLE ON THE WEB + Google has begun rolling out the web version of its Google Duo video chat service. Already available on Android, iOS and Chromebooks, the expanded…