Episode № 86 Dave Olsen — Pattern Lab 2
July 18th, 2016 · 36 minutes
In this show, Christopher Schmitt talks with Dave Olsen, programmer/ project manager with West Virginia University, about the recent release of Pattern Lab 2. Pattern Lab helps teams build thoughtful, pattern-driven UIs using atomic design principles.
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Links and Show Notes
- 4:12 How is it working at a University?
- 7:10 What is Pattern Lab?
- 8:15 What’s the theory behind Pattern Lab?
- 9:40 How simple should an atom be?
- 11:30 How to use the demo to get started with Pattern Lab.
- 13:30 Do you have to bring your own ideas to make use of Pattern Lab?
- 14:45 What challenges and things did you look at moving from version 1 to version 2 of Pattern Lab?
- 18:29 What is an event dispatcher?
- 19:35 Any secrets or things about Pattern Lab 2?
- 22:00 Using data inside Pattern Lab 2.
- 24:10 Integrating Pattern Lab into your workflow.
- 25:45 What would Dave like to see with Pattern Lab in the future?
- 27:20 Developing a community around Pattern Lab.
- 31:30 What is Dave Olsen passionate about on the web these days?
- 34:10 How does Dave Olsen keep up on technology and new stuff?