Experimentation, exploration, and general messin’ about. Here in The Lab, we try out new tools, create new ideas, and see what we can break. Anything and everything that doesn’t fit in the other channels could end up here.
A concise reference. The Lessons Learned channel distills out what we learn from the main series. Each episode explains the theory and practice of a specific topic. They’re great for reference, review, or just catching up.
The need for building highly performant and maintainable user interfaces is now greater than ever. React, a library designed and developed by Facebook, can solve many of the existing problems users face today–including poor browser performance while handling dynamic interactions with high loads of data. React also solves a lot of challenges for front-end developers. Due to its popularity, other supporting frameworks, such as Redux, came into the picture to make applications more predictable, testable, and easier to debug. However, they come with a different approach to front-end development and testing.
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This course focuses on the practice and benefits of rapidly creating prototypes that tell the story of your product’s value proposition. Doing so makes it possible to identify your product’s value innovation, a key tenet of UX expert Jaime Levy’s proven formula for creating an effective UX strategy. This is the third installment in Levy’s five-course series on how to develop a clear and coherent UX strategy. It is tailored to UX/UI practitioners of any level, product teams and managers, business executives, and startup founders who want to deeply explore the intersection of UX design and business strategy.