Posts Tagged ‘UX Engineering’

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How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together – Part IV: React, GraphQL and the amazing Apollo Client

Hello! 🙂 I’m Ulrike, a media informatics student in my master’s degree and currently an intern at Centigrade. During my internship one of my tasks was finishing the VedaVersum app together with Mikhail. We wanted to create the application using .NET, GraphQL and React as a knowledge base where team members can log in and […]
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How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together: Part III. Veda Versum backend authentication.

1. Data persistence As we have defined before, our API has one main entity – VedaVersumCard. Our application is intended to keep the list of knowledge cards and to grant users the ability to create, read and edit these cards. To make it happen we defined one mutation and 3 queries in our API. “CardAction” […]
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How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together: Part II. Veda Versum backend authentication.

  “If you optimize everything, you will always be unhappy” –  Donald Knuth Having a good tool allows you to complete tasks effectively and enjoy the process. Twice the fun to develop the tool yourself 🙂 Hi, It’s Mikhail from Centigrade again. And let’s continue to build our tool – knowledge base called Veda Versum. […]
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How to engage GraphQL, .Net and React together. Part I.

In the world of programming nowadays there are lot of technologies and huge amount of frameworks to build any kind of application for any needs. But these technologies sometimes are divided into layers which intersect quite rarely. For instance, the Web world has numbers of Javascript frameworks that help to build vivid UI with various […]
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UX Design is dead. Long live UX Design.

The start of a new UX designer role model. A lot has happened … and then it hasn’t. I’ve really been around the so-called UX scene for quite a while now. As the owner and CEO of Centigrade, I’ve been running one of the most successful UX companies in Germany for over 15 years. But […]
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Podcast “(UX) Communication is key” with Thomas Immich

Establishing communication, responsibilities and processes at concept, design and software engineering is sometimes a lion’s task. The gap is still extremely large. “They don’t talk to each other” – according to Thomas. But how do you bridge these disciplines? In the Moodboard Podcast, Thomas Immich and Samuel Lottner address this.
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Designers who code: A Story about Hybrids

Especially in the UX industry, new fields of expertise often arise. Fields in which employees with different skills are necessary and can play to their strengths as an interface to other fields. We are talking about “hybrids”, people who can do two or possibly even several things or are at least interested in several. Designers […]
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Centigrade at the Web Developer Conference 2019

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