Please welcome the newest TWGer: Todd Charron

Posted on February 10, 2010 by Andrés with No Comments

The entire TWG cast would like to formally welcome Todd Charron to the team. Todd joined TWG at the beginning of 2010, and has been pivotal in helping us evolve our Agile development practices and […]

Remember Rcov?

Posted on December 16, 2009 by Oleg with 2 Comments

Rcov helps to identify code that is not being being hit by your tests (or maybe some functions left behind after refactoring). It’s very easy to get it running as well: [ccN] $ sudo gem […]

Harnessing Ruby Enumerable

Posted on December 8, 2009 by Scott Tadman with 2 Comments

You’re probably afraid to ask about some of the methods in the Ruby Enumerable mixin. Not only are there a whole bunch of them, 41 in Ruby 1.9 to be exact, but selecting the right […]

Making a world of difference with 0.05em

Posted on November 3, 2009 by Vivian with 1 Comment

Typographic sensibility can make or break a design, both in print pieces and online. In web design, attention to typography is especially important since the majority of online content is written information. It is often […]

geeks + beer + friday = ?

Posted on October 16, 2009 by Georges with 1 Comment

Every so often a text editor war will flare up in the office. We all have our favourites, but no one likes vi the way Scott likes vi. Here’s the first in Dr. Tadman‘s twelve […]

Dialogue vs. Copyright

Posted on September 21, 2009 by Dominic with 2 Comments

What do you do when someone claims you stole from them? We were recently contacted by a well regarded designer who felt that the some of the iPhone icons we were giving away for free, […]

Free iphone toolbar icons

Posted on September 10, 2009 by Alex with 353 Comments

Update: You can get the Retina Display version here: Lately we’ve been getting more involved in developing iPhone apps for our clients. iPhone apps have their own size and UI standards, so we decided […]