Every year, the W3C holds a conference for web professionals where the latest on HTML, CSS, and everything else related to the open web platform is discussed and celebrated. This year I was fortunate enough to attend and it was thrilling to be around hundreds of other people that are as interested in the open […]
Last week Parse‘s CEO & Founder Ilya Sukhar visited the R/GA offices in New York to introduce our development teams to the Parse platform. Parse.com’s mission is to abstract backend functionality into one scalable and fully featured platform. While it’s particularly powerful for mobile apps, there’s no limit to how developers can integrate it into their […]
This year at SXSW, I’m talking about an ongoing experiment I’ve been doing here at R/GA for the past year. It’s not an experiment about software or hardware, nor does it involve social networks or mobile apps, it’s an experiment with the brainstorming process. Specifically, I wanted to see if there was a way we could improve blank canvas brainstorming to take into account the unique nature of digital products and services.
Today R/GA’s Techblog reached our hundreth post! Thanks to our readers, writers, editors, illustrators and all the people who helped achieve this modest but historic milestone. When we launched Techblog twenty one months ago, we never imagined the blog would become the phenomenon it has, or that we would scoop the mainstream media with posts […]
R/GA is going to be at SXSW this year, are you? Come check out any of our sessions.
In a recent opinion piece for Australia’s B&T magazine, Nick Law, R/GA’s EVP, Global Chief Creative Officer discussed innovation. Not innovation as a big idea, but as a different way of working. A way of working that’s difficult to do if you’re set in your ways. As Nick says, “When we talk about the transition […]
Here in Brazil we just launched two major projects. If I had to start them over again, here are three tips I would take with me. Tip #1 Automate. People underestimate the amount of time it takes to perform routine tasks like deployment. Automation doesn’t just save time it keeps teams motivated. Automate any routines […]
When I was very young, my father used to take me to an airfield where hobbyists would gather to show off their model planes. I think that memory forced my hand into buying a Parrot A.R. Drone 2 a month ago. The Parrot AR 2.0 Drone is now widely available with a 1GHZ ARM Cortex […]
At the end of 2012, Web Designer magazine asked the R/GA London technology team for our opinion on what would be “hot” for web design in 2013. After a bit of group discussion we put forward 5 things, which ended up being published over a frighteningly large photograph of my head! Those 5 things were […]
Help Xcode 4 help you! Work more efficiently with these tips, focusing more on the code and less on the IDE. Tip #1 Use separate tabs for different tasks (editing source, editing nibs, debugging, building, etc). Cmd+T opens a new tab. Each tab will remember its layout, so you can configure it to fit a […]