With Virtual Reality, we have a new medium where we can paint a picture without the limitations of 2D screen — and discover new ways to understand and interact with data in the process. With the first consumer release of VR expected in the coming months, we are on the cutting edge of this fast moving technology.
We put together some of the ABCs on Google’s reorganization under the name Alphabet. Plus, our take on the reorganization and how it will impact our systems.
More thinking on Apple Watch and its implications for financial information.
Dusting off the old Markdown editor for a new installment of fintech, design & dev reads.
How will your money and the markets look on a smartwatch or wearable device? *Now updated with Apple Watch!
We combined several different technologies and existing capabilities to make a voice-driven, human-friendly financial answer engine.
Alternate user interfaces like the Leap Motion, Kinect, and Myo armband get us closer to the utopian interfaces from Minority Report and Iron Man. How do we best use these interfaces in financial applications?
Behold our Thanksgiving edition of fintech, design & dev reads. The themes for Issue No. 11 are performance and AI.
Like the operating systems from Microsoft and Apple, we’re skipping Issue 9 and going right to Issue 10. Delivered on 10/10.
Our approach to responsive web design is more than a methodology. It is part of a larger mobile strategy and a philosophy we believe in enabling us to create rich, personalized user experiences on any device.
Mid-summer fintech reads featuring articles about Google, Facebook, robo-advisors, and some new open source tools of the trade.
Our favorite fintech reads for early June
Our favorite tech reads for Memorial Day.
Our favorite tech reads from April and early May.
Our favorite tech reads from late March and early April.
How to setup your app the right way to make upgrades simpler in the future
Our favorite finds for March so far — Markit & SMA social sentiment, NLP for meetings, and iOS Carplay among others.
The last two weeks of our favorite links - Wolfram Language, RefactorU Demo Day MOD, FRCC WebLab, RankAndFiled.com, and more!
After many years, and just as many iterations, I’m happy to announce that we’re releasing Element into the wild.
These are a variety of links and resources we’ve collected over the last few weeks, and thought you might enjoy. Have a great weekend!
We use a simple but highly effective approach to shorten communication cycles in our design and development stages.
We’re taking a few moments to review and evaluate the past year before identifying goals for 2014.
If Words With Friends can ping you seconds after an update occurs why can’t your bank?
Over the years MOD has developed custom libraries before the industry has decided (or in some cases dreamt up) a standard.
Looking broadly at F2 use, many have come to realize that by shifting development efforts towards a common specification that allows for complete customization, everyone wins.
MOD set the bar in web-based financial charting over a decade ago, and is focused on the next generation of browser-based, imageless charting.
We wanted a logo and website that represented the multi-faceted and cross-team nature of our work.
Do What You Want Day (DWYWD) is a full day where we drop your normal work and spend the day on things that matter to us. Markit On Demand hosts this day every quarter and it’s an opportunity to work on projects that will help our teams grow, be more efficient, learn something new, or build community in the office.