Welcome to ICS' October Newsletter
Welcome to our October issue! We’ve been criss-crossing the globe this month, and we’re just back from exhibiting and presenting at the biggest and best Qt World Summit to date! It was great to catch up with many people from the Qt community and see all the real-world products built with Qt. Read more in this wrap up.
We’ve also been holding workshops, like Jeff LeBlanc’s Business of UX, and Qt technical training sessions across the U.S. And of course we’ve been generating informative content on a variety of Qt, web and UX-related subjects that we hope you’ll find valuable.
In this issue, you can read more about the business of UX, as well as ways to ensure your UX design project is a success. Also be sure to check out all of the Qt-related content, including the latest installment in our Qt Developer’s Bag of Tricks series, and a peek inside Qt 5.10, which includes a WebGL Streaming Plugin. Happy reading!
Mark Hatch, COO, ICS
Waltham, MA — December 7
Join us for a complimentary half-day workshop that will leave you with an understanding of the business of UX and a new approach to product planning. Register Now >>
Tracing can be an effective debugging technique that requires less effort than a debugger. Read More >>
Despite tight budgets and short deadlines, sketching helps stakeholders make informed decisions. Read More >>
Waltham, MA — November 13 - 17
This introduction to Qt programming primarily focuses on using Qt Widgets and associated development tools, such as Qt Designer and Qt Creator. Students experience the challenges of cross-platform development with hands-on exercises. Enroll Now >>
In the near future, 2D websites will transform into vivid 3D experiences — turning online shopping into a whole new ballgame. Read More >>
ICS brings deep user experience design expertise to UX Next 2017, the brand-new event from the creators of Internet of Things World. The event showcases the evolution and future direction of service enablement. Learn More >>
This group is for Qt developers and enthusiasts to meet, share and learn tips and tricks for writing and deploying Qt apps. All skill levels and interests are welcome. Learn More >>