Half-baked ideas and lessons learned by our team as we build http://potluck.it.
How you can help your iOS engineer by getting into production storyboards and Objective-C — if they let you ;)
Potluck App Reimagines Articles and Comments for the iPhone
How editorial content makes Potluck awesome the first time you open it
How we designed and built motion into the new Potluck with Framer and Angular.js
Tips for designers and non-designers that will make everyone happier
At Branch, we’ve been through several feature launches on Branch.com
Simple rules we follow for maintainable Sass code, portable HTML, and happy designers.
Why are we showing off our work in dead mockups and not as finished products?
Here at Potluck we recently started using Framer.js to prototype and try out interaction ideas we come up with for our iOS app.
Since Potluck launched just over a month ago, I’ve had hundreds of conversations with our users.
Launches are tough, no matter how prepared you are.
This week, our team launched Potluck.
Our first line of code was written on February 18, and we launched the site publicly on June 25.
Startup engineering requires a constant balance between moving fast — which is one of a startups ONLY competitive edges — and making smart…
“A house party on the internet,” Potluck is a place to talk about cool things your friends find on the Internet, and hang out with…
Yesterday, we launched Potluck — a new product from the Branch team that we’re describing as “a house party on the Internet.”
Potluck is only a month old, but we makes changes to it all the time based on feedback you give us and how you’re using the site.
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