Hello spring! Here is another collection of links on what we discovered and learned about last week. We hope you like them!

Remote Working

Mural: a Collaborative Drawing Tool

It looks like the right way to go for remote teams to do collaborative brainstorming sessions. Read more…

Computer Graphics

3D Graphics is a Lie

Microsoft just announced ray-tracing support in DirectX, really nice article with the details and some demo videos. Read more…

Learn Computer Graphics from Scratch

A really long guide to computer graphics rendering, from the very beginner level to the most advanced topics. Read more…

Unreal Engine Star Wars Demo

Impressive demo of the latest Unreal engine with raytracing capabilities. It needs a $60,000 Nvidia graphics card, so as a gaming machine it could be a little bit too much, but hey, it means this is probably coming soon to our homes at an affordable price. Check the video, it is the best part. As a side note, I loved the elevator music. Read more…

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UX

UX & User Onboarding in Mobile Apps

Studies say the first 30 seconds after downloading an application are crucial to get right, since the user will mostly make the decision to forget about your app or keep using it. This article shows some tips on how to design your mobile app’s onboarding to get the most of your first minutes with your new users. Read more…

Little Big Details

The details are not the details, as the site mentions. Details are important. Here you will find a compilation of screenshots showing examples of what UX designers thought about. Can come in handy for some ideas. Read more…

Bugfender Launches a New UI

The new UI at Bugfender leaves beta and is now fully available to all users. Want to see the logs of any user around the world? Bugfender will help shorten the time to reproduce bugs from days to minutes. Read more…

Machine Learning

Lyrebird

A technology to build a voice model out of your own voice. Pretty impressive technology… and scary! It takes some time to set it up but if you are happy to spend the time training the algorithm the results are quite funny. Read more…

Android

scrcpy: Display and Control your Android Device

A little utility to show the display and control your Android device when attached to your computer via USB. Read more…

Fun

The 6 Stages of Debugging