Each Monday we bring you Rewind, a post curated with a Phenombluer’s favorite news from the week before. Jake D., an engineer of software design and development, doesn’t just code. He’s an explorer and a handyman, backpacking wherever he can find a mountain, and doing home renovations wherever he can find a house.
Google has had a lot going on this last week, including stock market woes following a premature earnings report and interesting revelations about its data center’s inner workings. While it’s always cool to see how the Internet giant is able to innovate down to the tiniest details, it’s also a bit ironic that the kings of data indexing and automation can fall prey to human error.
This YouTube clip will give you a renewed sense of history, with a man who witnessed Abraham Lincoln’s assassination appearing on a game show in 1956.
And the lines between web development and design continue to blur. The recommendation to present client comps via fully fleshed web mockups further reinforces the importance of responsive design in any web presence. Design can no longer remain static, or it will stagnate.