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“Should I Consider PWA?” Remarkable Possibilities of Progressive Web Apps

Have you heard about progressive Web apps? Of course you have. The whole Internet seems to be discussing them right now. And the subject got even hotter after Google I/O 18’ and a long-awaited confirmation that PWAs are coming to desktop for Chrome OS 67 in early June. Work is already under way for Windows and Mac.

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Thunderbird Starts Working on Improving Its Interface—Take Part In the Survey

Our latest post on the Thunderbird redesign drew a lot of buzz from industry press. Some people loved the new, modern look, others preferred Thunderbird’s current default version. As a result, the mockups stirred some lively conversation on social media sites like Reddit and few other places on the Web, including OMGUbuntu, Antyweb or the Thunderbird Twitter.

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How to visualize complex, real-time IoT data: Design and UX principles

You may already know from our blog and this post that here at Monterail, we have our own Internet of Things R&D team, which I am happy to be a part of.

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UX of teamwork

Everyday there are questions to be asked

Back-end and front-end developers, PMs, UX and UI designers — we use and we make technology. This business inevitably experiences ebbs and flows giving us new highs and lows; as a result, we sometimes lose sight of the most important technology that will ever exist — teamwork. And the most important factor in teamwork is communication. To communicate is to speak, to listen, to ask questions and to take the responsibility of giving answers. To share.

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Dominik Porada

January 18, 2013 | User Experience

We recently launched the redesign of our blog, but Codetunes is still work in progress. This is a post kicking off the unordered series of articles outlining some of the decisions we’ve made during this ongoing process.

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