Caught in the Net
What’s happening on the Internet? What links are worth a click?
- Just in time for Season 2, check out “Stranger Things: The Game” (8-bit forever!).
- One of the things VR is best at is encouraging empathy, but it may go even further and provide some form of physical pain relief.
- 2017 continues to surprise— the design world has decided Apple is now bad at design, while Google is good at at design (though, until someone can explain how DayDream’s white-and-yellow color scheme was allowed to be called “Snow” I’ll hold my praise).
- Twitter needs to step up, Jack. Twitter has never been immune from controversy, but it’s seemingly selective process of suspending accounts landed the platform in the middle of controversy, again.
Four Kitchens is happy to announce the launch of Emulsify 2.x, a frontend design tool that embodies our commitment to component-driven design within Drupal. Version 2.x sees the addition of Composer and Drush support, as well as open-source Twig functions and many other changes to increase ease-of-use. Check out the video-blog series!
Here’s what’s been happening on FourWord: The Four Kitchens Blog, in case you missed it—
- Trasi Judd explains why “Support” is less like “tech support” and more like “the absolutely necessary part that happens after launch”.
- Peter Sieg has a how-to on controlling shape with Graph QL Leveler.
- Emily Sapp talks about thinking—and designing—in terms of systems.
- and Alex Hicks tells us about facing your fears and how to encourage bravery as a leader.
Those are all the links we’re fit to print for now. Until next time!