Design

Twilio Paste design system

Introducing Paste – A New Design System for Twilio

Recently our Twilio delivery team has been looking at Paste, the new design system created by Twilio for in-house use. The Signal conference offered a great overview of Paste – How we built a unified, inclusive design system to nurture Twilio’s UX. If you have a Signal pass, I encourage you to watch it on […]

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Software Attack Surface Analysis

All software systems exist in an insecure state, which creates the need for a way to conduct software attack surface analysis. This is because any useful system must connect in some way with the outside world and therefore contains at least one point of interaction with that world. These communication paths accept data / instructions […]

The Importance of Interacting with the Web by Keyboard or Screen Reader

Keyboards and screen readers are both useful and robust forms of technology used to navigate webpages and apps, giving web users the capability to navigate digital experiences and interact with content that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. Keyboard and Screen Readers – Not All Users Are the Same It’s often assumed that web users […]

Introducing Digitally Accessible Experiences: Why it Matters and How to Create Them, a Guide

Using the internet has become a daily activity for us, to the point where, without the internet and its services, it can become difficult to perform tasks that are necessary for making it through our day. This is often the case for users living with disabilities when online experiences are poorly designed for accessibility – […]

Wanderlist

Bright Paths Students Bring Ingenuity to Custom App Development

Perficient is a company full of unique populations, and we’re committed to investing in resources that develop the skills of our colleagues while embracing diverse perspectives and voices. It’s a commitment that Perficient made to nearly 5,000 colleagues earlier this year through the Perficient People Promise, which promises to champion, challenge, and celebrates every colleague. […]

Talend Data Integration Platform

Looping Multiple Tags in tXMLMAP Component using Talend

Are you looking for How to do looping in XML files? Then yes, you are at the right place to get more information regarding how to retrieve data from XML files with multiple tags to process/transform using one of the advanced component in Talend studio known as tXMLMap Component. Before going into actual concept of […]

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Bright Paths Students Demonstrate New Skills with Incredible Variety of Apps

Working in a global digital consultancy, our colleagues thrive on our challenging, fast-paced projects. And over the past twelve weeks, the students in Perficient’s Bright Paths program surely know a thing or two about fast-paced project execution! Within mere weeks, 22 women are in the final stages of completing a Perficient-sponsored coding bootcamp in Detroit; […]

A Brief Overview of Web Accessibility

The web has grown to play a significant role in how we consume information, with a direct correlation to how we live our lives. But accessing the web isn’t always easy for every user. One in four adults in the United States live with some type of disability, either permanent, temporary, or situational. This can make […]

Indirect Cash flow statement in FCCS

There are essentially two types of cash flow statements – Direct and Indirect. In the indirect method, Cash flow is derived from Net Income plus changes in balance sheet accounts that are categorized as Operating Cash flow account, Investing account and Financing accounts. In the direct method only true cash activities are accounted for whereas […]

POUR: Designing for Accessibility With Understandable in Mind

The W3C organization developed four core principles to help designers and developers ensure websites, mobile apps, and all interactive media would be perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust (POUR) to as many digital users as possible. These four principles are as relevant today as they were when Tim Berners-Lee founded the W3C in 1994. In an […]

Information Architecture

Byte 11 – Do you have Architecture for the product development?

Do you define the architecture before you begin the product development and iterate them over while developing the product ?. If the answer is yes, you are on the right track to building the product right. The art of building architecture does not just refer to how the system connects. It’s also about ‘Why’ we […]

POUR: Designing for Accessibility With Operable in Mind

“POUR” has become mainstream lingo for the four main principles (Perceivable, Operable, Understand, and Robust) of web accessibility. These four essential guidelines created by the W3C organization are the “how-to” guide for digital teams of strategists, designers, developers, SEO, and content specialists to create accessible experiences. These guidelines were created so that digital consumers using […]

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