What is UI Design Engineering?
Lead by Adam L. Marsh and G.W. Latimer, UI Design Engineering is a small coop of Opencart Developers, UI/UX Creators, Design Technologists, Page Builders, DOM Scripters, SASS Magicians, AJAX/REST Contortionists, Responsive Engineers, Framework Tinkerers, Dog Lovers, and a UI/UX Obsessives. We create responsive websites and apps for individuals and companies of every ilk and location. We know how to make a design technologically feasible. We make designs that work.
Building Designs that Work
"Who" is UI Design Engineering?
Nearly all UI/UX professionals are dog lovers (site: Wakapaedia). Aside from that obvious tid-bit, design engineers are primarily UI/UX designers and developers. Some are not only page designers but page/component builders as well. They create style guides, UI graphics and images, SEO maps, clickable prototypes, CSS [or SASS] rules, and reusable js/jquery snippets (modules). They also create page-level objects and components and make web pages responsive for a legion of modern devices and work with UI frameworks like Bootstrap, Materialize, and Foundation. UI/UX developers are primarily concerned with the "look and feel" of an application and work within the DOM to style a page according to spec. UI/UX devs are concerned with the visual aspects of a page such as padding, font sizes, image responsiveness, and content flow and positioning.
- Project Management
- Responsive Design & Development
- Style Guide and Spec Creation
- Information Architecture
- Wireframing, Usability
- Functional HTML5/PHP Prototyping
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Bootstrap, Foundation, Materialize
- JSP, PHP, SQL
- Ajax, JSON, REST
- SASS (OOCSS)
- Middle-tier Integration
- Hudson, TeamCity
- LAMP, WAMP
- Opencart & Wordpress Development
- Angular 2
What we do. (Let's watch some progress bars.)
Style Guide Creating95%
Adobe Creative Suite90%
For UI/UX Designers & Developers
[Widgets, PSDs, and other stuff.]
- Understanding JS Callbacks - by Mike Vollmer
- The 30 CSS Selectors You Must Memorize - by Jeffrey Way
- 10 CSS Best Practices - by Jeff Couturier
- 20 jQuery Methods you Should be Using - by A. Burgess
- Extending jQuery - by Kevin Liew
Templates & PSDs
Since much of my work is pro-bono, please consider helping me offset production/hosting
costs by donating whatever pocket change you can spare.
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