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Date: 2016/10/19

Why does The Washington Post's Progressive Web App increase engagement on iOS?

The Washington Post is an early adopter of Progressive Web App technology. By the end of the year, their Progressive Web App will be the default mobile experience. In an interview with, Joey Marburger, Head of Product for The Washington Post, said: In our public-facing beta of the PWA web app, we've seen about 5x engagement - page views per visit, number of stories read.

Designing for Colour Blindness

Do we all see colour in the same way? Take a look at the image above. If you see the number 21, or you don't see any number at all, it's likely that you have some kind of colour blindness (if you have full colour vision you should see the number "74").

Delighting Users - Adding magic to everyday interactions

Delighting users is a concept that is often talked and blogged about in UX / UI circles. Whilst 'user delight' is a slippery concept it's widely accepted that special interactions are required to add an extra level of pleasure to user experience and that small, well considered details can make a big difference.

Designing the Shyp Web Experience

Our process from customer need to product launch On October 6 we released our I'm extremely excited to and the lessons we learned along the way. This is one of the biggest accomplishments in my design career and I couldn't be more proud of all the hard work that the team has put into it.

Inspiration for Letter Effects

A set of inspirational letter animations for display typography effects powered by anime.js. View demo Download source Today we'd like to share some inspiration for letter effects with you. We wanted to explore some simple, creative animations for display typography and large headlines using anime.js.

The Brainstorm Session

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