News and views on the world of interactive media from the gskinner team
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Flutter is a mobile UI toolkit that combines fast development, expressive and beautiful UIs, with native performance. To test-drive the platform, Grant Skinner & Mike Chambers recently built Redrix: a mobile companion app for Destiny 2.
A few years ago, we shared some awesome reasons why you should come work with us. We are in a brand new office and hiring smart developers and designers, so we thought we would update the list.
We Have the Coolest Clients & Projects
We’re privileged to collaborate with notable organizations like Adobe, Microsoft, Google, Disney, National Film Board, and FITC (to name a few). We are tasked to prove concepts, explore new functionality, and create flagship experiences for announcements. We design and build world-class apps, experiences, installations, and games on a wide variety of platforms. This rich breadth of work offers constant engagement and opportunities to learn and grow.
It has been a few years since we did it, but this year we decided to spend an afternoon carving some pumpkins.
Last week, our newest team members Chris and Matthew found some time in their very busy schedules to build a voting app. You can check out the app at pumpkin.gskinner.com/2016/.
Please jump in and vote for best pumpkin! Instead of the usual “select your favorite”, this app uses a face-off model. If you don’t like where you end up, start again. We will cut off voting on Friday at 5pm.
RegExr 2.0 was released a little over 2 years ago. If you haven’t used it, it is a great way to test, preview, and share Regular Expressions. We’re committed to updating and improving RegExr, and in January we quietly pushed out some features to help inspect and explain patterns.
Initially, RegExr only had one tool, the “substitution” panel, which let users show sample text with matches substituted using an expression. It was hidden by default, unless a pattern included a substitution expression. This tool has been renamed “replace”, and is now part of a larger “tools” bar, which we hope to continue growing in the future. In the meantime, it has a few other useful tools that I’ll describe below in more detail. Continue reading →