I’m very glad to share that the project I’ve been working on for months finally launched. Even in turmoil, the team overcame all obstacles and launched this projects. Credit to everyone who worked on this together (past or present). You know who you are.
Significance of this project:
When I first joined Prosper Marketplace, they had a low-volume consumer product. The old site consisted of a series of incoherent pages, cluttered with an overflow of information and functionalities designed for sophisticated investors – desktop only.
The new experience is simplified, visually appealing, mobile friendly and allows investors to invest in only a few clicks.
The Auto Invest page:
Prosper Marketplace Investor Dashboard in mobile
Leading the engineering effort was no mean feat. I’ll write more on what we did well in the next post.
To learn more about this project officially, click here.
After years of hard work, I’m happy that our project has *finally* launched. Sony is the first electronics giant to launch a global multi-lingual fully responsive website. This launch covers all of Europe, Turkey and Russia/CIS. As the front-end lead for the project, I’m especially thrilled because a good front-end stack is the most important part of a responsive website. Thanks to 2 vendors and my kick-ass development team who worked tirelessly to perfect this brand new front end framework.
So, what’s really great about this website? Here are some important achievements from my perspective:
- Immersive customer experience
- Responsive design, responsive images, responsive everything…
- Separated presentation layer
- Modular front end framework
- Ability to develop on a single platform from ideation to integration
- Test-driven and agile
Check out the Sony UK site. Enjoy!
I wanted to write down my thoughts on the web today. The web industry is full of trends. Sometimes these trends get way too popular and people blindly follow them without the right reasons. Here is my list of them as of today:
- Obsession with table-less layouts
- Obsession with no page refresh
- Obsession with passive user interaction – Just scroll. No click or touch.
- Obsession with no Flash
- Obsession with infinite scrolling
- Obsession with parallax scrolling
- Obsession with single-page web design
- Obsession with social media badges and plugins
- Obsession with data APIs
- Obsession with using front end technologies for everything
This is a very good article about responsive images solutions.
With the article, there’s also a running list of feature comparison here.