G2 is a visualization grammar, a data-driven visual language with a high level of usability and scalability. It provides a set of grammars, takes users beyond a limited set of charts to an almost unlimited world of graphical forms. With G2, users can describe the visual appearance of a visualization just by one statement.
Metron is a comprehensive collection of geometric functions and types that extend the 2D geometric primitives provided by CoreGraphics. Completely written in Swift, Metron allows you to express complex geometric calculations in very intuitive statements:
Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome or the impostor experience) is a concept describing individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a “fraud”.
Source: Impostor syndrome – Wikipedia
As practical applications of virtual reality begin to replace flat screens, designers need to consider how to adapt the principles of UX to a 3D world. In the same way that the shift from print to digital prompted designers to develop new skills to work in a growing medium, designing for VR requires designers to consider new forms of input, physicality, working with different senses, and how to make UI work in three dimensions.
Binder lets you easily host interactive Jupyter notebooks and let anyone on the internet use them interactively immediately! It uses JupyterHub under the hood.
How is this useful in practice? Like this: if ever I get an idea for a feature that seems cool, but would greatly increase video export times, I’ll toss the idea because my goal is to be fast. If I ever find myself adding a lot of complexity to the interface, I’ll have to take a step back and ask myself, “Does this slow people down? Does it make the app less intuitive? How does this affect the user’s workflow?” Another example: I’m planning to make Snapthread a universal app. I’ll probably do a lot with drag and drop, because dragging and dropping things on an iPad is both fast and intuitive.