How to Convert your In Person Event to an Online Event.

The internet is hard sometimes. As we work together to combat the global pandemic that we are all facing, in person events are being cancelled left and right. But this does not mean that we need to cancel our gatherings entirely, we just need to think outside the box a little! In this post I … Continue reading How to Convert your In Person Event to an Online Event.

Marketing an Event as a Non-Marketer – Here's what I learned!

The Event of the Decade - because of great marketing? Maybe! It's been almost a month now since one of the greatest community events ever - Scottish Summit 2020 - and you might say I'm having some withdrawals! I've been reflecting on the event as a whole, including the marketing efforts we put in during … Continue reading Marketing an Event as a Non-Marketer – Here's what I learned!

Unified Interface Controls – The Star Rating ⭐

Today we're going to take a look at another number based control, but possibly my favourite of all the UI controls - ⭐ the star rating ⭐. If you’re not already familiar with how to add a control to a field on a form, I recommend reviewing my previous blog post. Using the Star Rating – … Continue reading Unified Interface Controls – The Star Rating ⭐

Unified Interface Controls – The Radial Knob

Let's press some BUTTONS! Continuing along our series of the Unified Interface controls, today we are going to implement another number based control - the Radial Knob. Weeeeee - circles! The Radial knob is a control that adds an extra layer of interactivity to our forms. It will again allow the user a great visual … Continue reading Unified Interface Controls – The Radial Knob

Unified Interface Controls – The Linear Slider

Who doesn't? In this new blog post series, I will be breaking down the various new out of the box controls that comes with your new shiny upgrade to Unified Interface! In a previous post, I covered how to implement the calendar control, and explained a little bit about what a control is. If you're … Continue reading Unified Interface Controls – The Linear Slider