TWWOTW - edition 2
This week we learn you can drown scary clowns to sell tea, repair the world with Lego and create a record collection from just 1 record.
Below the Surface
Our blog turned 5 years old this week. When we started working on the redesign of our blog, we asked ourselves: what makes a good company blog?
At the 2012 Inspire Conference Brad Frost said that 90% of everything on the web is bullshit. So I tried to make something that would fit in the 10% that isn’t.
TWWOTW - edition 1
Welcome to this brand new series of curated awesomeness. Each week we will serve you the best of the web. Five pieces of inspiration. This week for example, you will go on a ferris wheel way, way up in the sky...
Rails Girls Rotterdam
Last Friday and Saturday we were host to Rails Girls. Once started in Finland, Rails Girls is now a global, non-profit volunteer community aimed to give tools and create a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas. We decided to join with a few girls from Mangrove ourselves too, for two fun days of sketching, prototyping and basic programming.
The Connected Car
This year at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) there were a lot of new gadgets and systems for connecting cars to the internet and to your smartphone. Because Mangrove develops apps in the automotive market we are very interested in the possibilities it gives us to come up with solutions. Let's have a closer look at some of the major developments that were presented.
New Defaults in Web Design
About one month ago the Inspire Conference was held in the city auditorium in Leiden. Through this post I briefly want to look back at Vasilis van Gemerts talk. Vasilis is currently a front-end developer at Mirabeau and his topic at Inspire was called (and about) New Defaults in Web Design. During his presentation I made some quick notes, which I hope were good enough to summarize the contents correctly.
Clients from heaven