Recap: Tech & Templeton
Yesterday’s Tech Talk was a special event, focusing on collaboration
between designers and engineers. After a tasting from Al Capone
favorite Templeton Rye, Head of Product Design Stuart Norrie and
Lead Android Developer Albert Lai presented tips, tricks, and common misconceptions about working with designers and engineers. From Photoshop to Machine Learning, these two blurred the boundaries and examined the benefits of multifaceted product development.
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Check out our presentation slides below, and stay tuned for news about
our next Pulse event!
By Stuart Norrie
How far do designers and developers need to go into each others’ worlds? What things can each camp learn about the other to make the transition from sketches and mocks to working builds as smooth as possible? This talk will outline what works and what doesn’t work from a designer perspective.
By Albert Lai
Get a look into the mind of an engineer! Learn about the various systems they use and how it could impact the design of a product. We will discuss popular frameworks, how mobile apps are architected, common problems that keep engineers up at night, and the real reasons behind those “are you crazy?!” looks we sometimes give you when you ask if something is feasible.
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