1. Naming Colors

  2. Basic CSS Selector Syntax Explained Using Cats

  3. Building Learning into our Process with Prototypes

  4. Merck Developer Portal Case Study

  5. Test-Driven Product Design

  6. Blurred Lines

  7. CSS Transitions and Transforms for Beginners

  8. What's New in WWDC '15: Designer Edition

  9. Announcing Foundry

  10. Introducing our new Chief Design Officer and Design Directors

  11. Design for the Web: Semantic Markup and Positioning

  12. How lawn care relates to product design

  13. DevSwag Has Your Bourbon Swag

  14. How We Use Trello for Product Design and Development

  15. Xcode as a Prototyping Tool for Designers

  16. Announcing Design for the Web

  17. Sass Source Maps + Chrome = Magic

  18. Tentative: A Podcast about Digital Product Design

  19. Announcing our SCSS Workshop in Stockholm

  20. The Bourbon Tee

  21. Announcing Sassquatch: A Zero-setup Sass Previewer for OS X

  22. Design Sprint Case Study: iOS Coaching at thoughtbot

  23. Keeping the Front-End Modular with BEM

  24. It’s Only Color

  25. Writing Effective Problem Statements

  26. Hound Reviews SCSS for Style Violations

  27. DIY Design Sprints

  28. Shopify Theme Development

  29. Converting To Jobs Stories

  30. Ethnographic Research Exercise

  31. Rapid iOS App Prototyping With Pixate

  32. Separate Rendering Sass From Non-Rendering Sass

  33. Using Expressions in After Effects

  34. Introducing Design and Front-End Development Trails for Upcase

  35. Merck Design Sprint Part Deux

  36. Prototype with Proteus

  37. CSS Animation for Beginners

  38. Ember for Designers: Components

  39. Ember for Designers: Alternate States

  40. Accessible After Effects

  41. Ember is for Designers

  42. SVG Animations

  43. Design Spiking

  44. Human-Centered Typography

  45. A more efficient and organized workflow for SVGs

  46. Prototyping Animation with Keynote

  47. Upcoming Events for October, 2014

  48. Design Sprint Case Study: Merck Development Portal

  49. Card Sorting

  50. Using Gestalt Principles for Natural Interactions