Swift Property Wrappers – how to use them right?

Swift 5.1 introduces a new feature called Property Wrappers. For many iOS developers @ sign is mostly known in terms of Objective-C or InterfaceBuilder (e.g. @IBDesignable). Now it’s also related to regular properties in which you store some form of state. In many cases there’s logic behind modifying those states which is implemented inside our […]

Practical guide to classify errors in UX Audit

UX Audit is a quick and effective way to verify the usability of a product. It gives an opportunity to look at it from a different perspective, and thus obtain objective evaluation and valuable recommendations. However, sometimes clients can be overwhelmed when receiving an extensive document full of indicated errors and fixing proposals. How can […]