Dump & Fuse: A How-To

  “Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and appealing when displayed.” – Wikipedia Typography could be considered the personality of an app: it is sassy, LOUD, creepy , a little silly. There is a craft behind letter kerning (spacing between characters), line spacing (leading), font face (sans-serif […]

 March 29, 2017

From Advertising to Tech, or How I Ended Up at DevMynd

Recently, people have been asking me; Why did you choose DevMynd over other software consulting firms? There are so many large organizations to compete with. My answer is, yes, there are several large organizations but in my opinion, they’re not any good. Most of these organizations are placing entry level consultants at your organization with […]

 March 22, 2017

Creating Value Objects in Ruby

One of the best things about trying out a new programming language is that it always teaches you something new about the languages you already know. That happened to me with Swift. I’ve been dipping my toes into iOS and MacOs development lately, which has required me to look at a decent amount of Swift […]

 March 15, 2017

MiniWorkouts for the Deskbound

By now, you’ve probably heard about all of the negative effects of sitting for long periods of time. Sedentary lifestyles have been linked to high blood pressure, body fat, and cholesterol, an increased risk of diabetes, generally feeling like absolute dumpster juice all the time*, and wanting to murder your coworkers, among other things. The […]

 March 6, 2017

Highlights from HIMSS 2017

As part of our Impact Sector focus at DevMynd, we’re always looking for ways to stay on top of the health and wellness technology landscape. Last week, the new business team from DevMynd spent a few days at the largest healthcare technology conferences in the country doing just that. The Healthcare Information and Management Systems […]

 March 1, 2017