Recently we've been building applications using the excellent React JS. We're now at a point where we've graduated to using Flux as an application pattern along side React, bringing more structure to our applications.
Flux is an excellent pattern, but most of the examples I've found to date have been fairly basic and don't accurately explain how to scale the pattern to more complex applications with multiple stores reading and writing data to remote sources. This post is a collection of tips and examples I've found along the way that will hopefully help others on their Flux adventures.
So you want to start usability testing, don’t where to start finding testers. Have you tried Taskrabbit?
Another weekly round-up of topics, thoughts, articles or activities that the folk at MxM have been sharing or doing between ourselves in London and colleagues in snowy NYC.
Last week we hosted the first Small Talks of 2015, welcoming around 50 guests to our London Studio… and what a corker it was. The evening was brimming with urban ingenuity courtesy of three fantastic speakers. They shared their perspectives on how they tackle urban challenges and shift perceptions of our surroundings through our interactions with cities.
We're looking for a Product Management Intern to join us in our New York studio this summer.
Unbillable Hours a weekly collection of things that we’re excited about; this ranges from activities that we’re doing (office yoga is still on several weeks into the New Year) to what’s in our earbuds, to our favorite Slack links.