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Aug 31 2021

Party like it's 2021

After over a year of remote work and postponed events, the full MojoTech team reunited last week for our annual summer cookout! The Providence office hosted our Boulder and disbursed teammates for an afternoon of tacos, BBQ, and Del’s lemonade. There

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Jul 15 2021

Welcome Summer 2021 Interns!

We are thrilled to introduce you to our five Mojo interns who will be joining our team this Summer. Coming from a variety of backgrounds and schools, we encourage you to get to know them a bit through this blog

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Jul 09 2021

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Jesse Hoyos, Designer Framer for developers The folks at Framer are back at it with a cool new update. I'll admit I havent had a chance to give Framer a real shot as a design tool, but they seem to constantly release

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Jun 25 2021

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Chapman Bettis, Designer 13 Ways Designers Screw Up Client Presentations by Mike Monteiro This week, Matt shared a video with our team on the importance of communication in consulting work. The video is worth the watch, but it made me think a

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Jun 18 2021

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Chapman Bettis, Designer My Go-to Visual Design References Our team has been talking a lot about UI design recently. Visual style development for a few projects has fallen within the same week, and so we’ve had productive FigJams and discussions about what

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Jun 04 2021

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Andy Birch, Designer Jina Anne, "The Salesforce Team Model for Scaling a Design System" I know design systems are something of a product shibboleth, so I’m not even going to try to deconstruct the discourse here. But I really like thinking about

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May 28 2021

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Andy Birch, Designer Victory by Formidable Who doesn't love a little quantified whizz-bang? Victory's a React (and React Native!) data visualization library based largely on D3 that's as simple to implement as it is robust. Scrubbing through a long time series? Done.

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