For our June meetup, we reconvened at Button’s new event space. Our members were treated to talks in a sunlit room and a balcony overlooking 23rd Street. Kevin, meetup organizer and touchlab president, announced the launch of Doppl: the cross-platform project he’s been working hard on for the last year.Read More
I was invited to Android Summit to give a talk about mutative design, and to coincide with the event I released a new post on Project Phoebe, answering more questions about how mutative design will work and announcing Helios, a new tool for researching mutative patterns.
Now that I’m back, I wanted to post a quick listicle about what I did during my trip.Read More
In the fall of 2015, touchlab partnered with Cornell Tech and Open mHealth to bring precise medical research apps to Android with an open source sdk and ux framework called ResearchStack.
Executing this project would be unlike most projects – rather than designing one experience and interface for a single product, we would be designing and building an extensible framework, with designs covering many potential bits and pieces researchers and developers might need to carry out medical research on Android.Read More
In rethinking the visual identity of Droidcon NYC, I wanted to come up with something flexible, modular, and extensible. It was that line of thinking that eventually lead to the pictographic system shown on the DCNYC16 landing page.Read More
Today, to coincide with my session at Droidcon San Francisco, I’m excited to reveal Selene, a basic sample app to demonstrate some early concepts of mutative design.Read More