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SEP Selected as a Nominee for TechPoint’s Innovation Mira Award
TechPoint has announced the nominees for its 25th annual Mira Awards, highlighting the most innovative companies, universities, and organizations in Indiana’s tech sector. The awards celebrate achievements across various categories, including the Innovation Partner of the Year. Nominees in this…Read Full Post
A Tale Old As Time Humans have had the tendency to be deceptive to one another for longer than any existing historical document can recall. One of the most infamous examples of this act being used as a literary device is the myth of the Trojan Horse in Homer’s Odyssey. This victory trophy, given to […]Read Full Post
Why Does Every Pixel Matter?
Why is the UI designer making me move something just 1px over? Does that 1px even matter? The quick answer is yes, it does matter. I can give you the answer in design speak and say it’s all about balance, consistency, and maintaining the grid, but I don’t think that does it full justice. Below […]Read Full Post
Why I Like Being A Interaction Designer
You know when people say, “I can see you as a (insert career title, oftentimes a common one and easy to define, here).”? Well, I never got Interaction Designer in that insertion. I discovered that I wanted to be a interaction designer not because it was a choice in a career questionnaire test or looked […]Read Full Post
A C# developer learns Swift Part 5: Segues
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 You’ll probably want to have more than one screen in your application. In the framework there a a couple of ways of accomplishing this, but I’m going to stick to one particular flavor for this post. I’m going to go over accomplishing some basic navigation using a navigation controller […]Read Full Post
A C# developer learns Swift Part 4: UI Basics
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 UI programing in IOS can be simple, yet is a little rough at the same time. I’ve been working in WPF for the past couple of years, and I prefer it to any other UI framework I’ve tried. It’s one of those things Microsoft got right. With WPF you do […]Read Full Post
Lessons Learned in Automated UI Testing
Automated UI testing can be tricky and is very easy to do wrong. At SEP we’ve done several projects using TestComplete; it is a nice tool, but the early days were painful. We made every mistake in the book, and learned our lessons the hard way. These days, our TestComplete testing efforts are pretty slick. […]Read Full Post