What happens when you’re working with AngularJS and need to perform a multipart/form-data file upload? I’ve seen several solutions to this problem, and many seem a bit intimidating for a beginner. While tackling this problem myself, I put together a simple and adaptable service and directive that allow you to make the request anywhere in your controller with the contents of a chosen file input.
Export to Android Photoshop Script —
Here at Uncorked we have been working on some great Android projects. In the process, we have been refining our production process for Android assets and creating our own tools to be more efficient.
Make Life Designed... Through Swag —
byTrent Edwards November 22, 2013 MLD, clothing, apparel
After cooking up a few new concepts for studio apparel, Uncorked has recently finished a fresh batch of T-shirts, hoodies, and onesies…yes, that’s right, onesies!
Scaling down and exporting assets in Photoshop —
byGaston Figueroa November 18, 2013 Photoshop, assets, production
A big part of a web or mobile design project is producing great quality cut art to be used in the final product. When working with different pixel densities, one of my main concerns is the quality of scaled artwork being exported. I recently took some time to look at different techniques for exporting and scaling down assets, and wanted to share my findings.
Working Around Photoshop’s Layer Name Limit —
byGaston Figueroa November 1, 2013 Photoshop, Assets, Adobe Generator
I recently found a workaround for Photoshop’s character limit to layer names that makes their new Generator feature even more useful.
Welcome David Evans, CTO —
byMarcelino Alvarez October 29, 2013 New Hires, CTO
David Evans joins Uncorked Studios as Chief Technical Officer.
Welcome Mary Milstead and Justin Spohn —
byDavid Ewald October 8, 2013 New Hires, Producer, Strategist
Senior Producer Mary Milstead and Senior Design Strategist Justin Spohn join Uncorked Studios.
Welcome Second Wave of Summer Interns —
byAbby Yeakel July 3, 2013 Intern, Designer, Producer, Uncorked, Portland
The intern class of summer 2013 is finally complete and we’re hitting the ground running.
Learning By Proximity —
byMarcelino Alvarez June 21, 2013 Uncorked, Portland, Collaboration
Increasingly, our clients are asking us to look beyond mobile to develop products with hardware integrations.
Developing Minds —
byAbby Yeakel June 9, 2013 Developers, Intern, Mobile, Portland, Uncorked
We’re excited to announce two new additions to the Uncorked team as this summer’s development interns.