Today we officially launch our very first stable version of eMAG Apps UI KIT, a collection of visual elements and guidelines built by designers and developers at eMAG. What does it bring? Our open source UI KIT is based on Bootstrap architecture and was carefully built with HTML, CSS and JS. Aside from the elements provided by Bootstrap, it comes with its own set of unique components, styling and useful plugins that you can use in your projects. Here you can see the components demo. How do we use it? At eMAG, we use the UI KIT to develop our internal web applications, but at the same time it’s suitable […]
In our last article we shared some thoughts on the Smartweb conference that took place in Bucharest in September, and if you remember we mentioned that if you want to achieve great things you need to keep developing yourself and always keep your eyes and ears open to every little new improvement that comes up, no matter the field you work in. And so another conference came up and of course we were there to watch and learn. I’m talking about the first UX conference: UX Bucharest, that took place in Bucharest this month, and I’m glad I was there with my team to take part in lots of discussions […]
Since knowledge is power, our wish is to stay connected to everything new out there related to the web development field. Ok, but how do we do it? One of the solutions we’ve got up our sleeve is to attend conferences dedicated to hot topics of interest for us.
We already did that when we attended Smartweb, a conference for developers and web designers. Between the 21st and the 22nd of September 2015, the UI Core Team from eMAG attended the Smartweb 2015 Conference.