The Expo is the newest addition to ZURB. It's been evolving over the last four years and it's taken a form that our fans and customers can now appreciate. Product design education has been lacking and we intend to push the boundaries to help companies and students of design grow. The internet needs bright minds to shape its future and ZURB wants to lead this charge.
Building Our Company, ZURB
So what's the thinking behind this effort? Why not just provide consulting …
…receiving end of feedback and that experience can help you coach a designer through criticism. At ZURB, design leads are designers themselves. They use their past experience to guide them on the best way to express feedback or ideas.
8. Email Gets the Feedback Going, But It Can't Finish It
Email is great for starting a feedback loop, but not so much for closing it. The product design feedback can quickly get lost in a chain of emails going back-and-forth between several people. Context …
In this week's news, we learn the secrets of high trafficblogs, find out why social media buttons might by killing your mobile site and more.
* Tobie Langel describes what's slowing down 's mobile site.
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* Zurb explains why social buttons may be killing your mobile site .
* Find out how to get an A in YSlow and tune up your website.
…solve the grand challenges of our time. You'll be helping solve the big, hairy problems in healthcare!
Be Part of the Ignition Hackathon
Saturday & Sunday, May 4th - 5th, 2013
Doors open at 11:30 AM on Saturday, May 4th
Doors open at 10:00 AM on Sunday, May 5th
Today, we came across this tweet from a ZURB fan that made us smile:
We don't like to toot our horn too much, but it's nice to see when others recognize what we do day in and day out is all working toward building a better tomorrow. We do that through our services , our responsive framework Foundation or the …
…lived in his own car as he toiled to launch a business, which got him an article in . If you ask, he'll tell you the story. At the end of his rollar coaster ride, he landed at ZURB and joined us as our latest .
When he's not working here, he's spending time with his wife — the most amazing woman in the world. Oh, and don't worry, he's no longer living in his car.
…we've learned and how we've grown.
We believe inwith a capital 'D' more than ever. We wanted the new site to show people what we're about. But in updating ZURB.com, we came to understand how we've grown as a company. When you explore the site, you're learning who we are.
The evolved design says what we mean: Hi, we're ZURB. Nice to meet you again. :) Visit ZURB.com
Step aside, Antique Roadshow, cause ZURB's going on the road this month and next. We're not just going on a national tour. We're also travelling across the globe. So batten down the hatches, store all the breakables, cause ZURB is coming to town. And we don't want anyone to miss out.
Here's a rundown of where we'll be speaking in the next few weeks.
On April 26, 2013 ,Lead and Jonathan Smiley will speak at ConvergeSE …
…the gamut of what users need without being too verbose, too heavy footed. The bottom is devoted to ZURB, who we are as a whole, and lets visitors into the rest of our awesomeness. And it's something you'll start seeing live on the site really soon.
With our snazzy new footer, we've developed a pattern that tells our story and works across our property spectrum. We've come a long way and we're doing big things. We were taking a stand, marking the four pillars of ZURB…
…a San Francisco startup. He toiled at a large tech company before finding his way to ZURB. When he's not pouring over design, he's playing guitar or exploring the outdoors.
Ben Gremillion, Writer
Ryan, our Lead Editor, was getting a bit lonely so we found him a writer to keep him company. Ben, who also has an awesome last name, started his career in newspaper and magazine design, but quickly saw a future in the digital realm. He learned HTML, which has since become …