In the latest episode of Fourcast, Jason and I dove headfirst into how to approach the seemingly herculean effort of updating and modernizing an old application. The First Step on a Long Journey…
Legacy Application Modernization
In the very first episode of our new Fourcast podcast, I sat down with Tyler Sticka, and we unpacked the often daunting world of legacy application redesigns. It’s a tale of fear, strategy, and…
I had a lot of fun chatting with Jessie Coan and Varun Bihani about Cloud Four’s unique approach.
There is one type of project that we seem to excel at, but that we don’t know what to call it. What would you call it?
Responsive design sprints are a significantly better way to design and build for today's web than the traditional web design process. We provide the receipts. Unfortunately, not every organization can adopt this responsive design sprints. Why is that and what can be done about it?
Good news: Browsers are more capable today than ever before!
Responsive design broke the traditional web design and development process in fundamental ways. Despite this fact, many organizations continue to use this broken process.
By wrapping and enhancing HTML elements, we can provide a solid baseline experience, with progressive enhancement as the cherry on top.
How custom elements have disrupted the structure of our components, encouraging us to broaden the scope of patterns we once considered foundational.
Web components promise speedier integration. At some level, I understood this. I've even made this exact point while advocating for them. And yet, what happened on a recent project surprised me.