Icelab in 2011
Like sand through the hourglass…
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: A Restrospective
A look back at the first 100 days since the app’s release.
Dispatch’s First Birthday
8 countries, 91,000 kilometres, 10,000 cups. A look back at our first year of Dispatch.
Discovering Mildenhall’s Canberra
Uncovering a fascinating treasure trove of archival photographs from Canberra’s establishment period.
Announcing Decaf Sucks for iPhone
We’re thrilled to announce that Decaf Sucks for iPhone is now available on the App Store!
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: Development Complete!
After another two weeks of hard work, the Decaf Sucks iPhone app is finished and submitted to the App Store!
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: Un-Designing the App
On moving to Heroku, choosing Objective-C libraries, and reducing the app’s UI surface area.
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: Finishing the API
A look into building an authenticated API that integrates with 3rd-party OAuth providers, along with some general tips for building RESTful JSON APIs with Rails.
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: Getting to Work
An update at the end of week #1.
Decaf Sucks Launch Countdown: Starting Again, Again
By the 5th of September, we will release Decaf Sucks for iPhone.
Icelab Goes Camping
Just what happens when 150 hackers camp out for a weekend.
Tasteful Routes Ruby Gem
Crafting clean URLs is an essential part of modern web development.
Two new interactives for the National Museum of Australia
It was a fun night out for the Icelab team at the launch of the National Museum of Australia’s Landmarks gallery.
Watch me work
Yesterday I made a little timelapse of my screen while I worked up an interface for an application that we’re working on.
Run Your Own Piece of Heroku with Foreman
Simplify your web app’s background task management.
Using Apple’s Keynote for museum interactives
The benefits of a local Typekit sandbox
Save your styles and time with a local playground for Typekit fonts.
What’s New With Decaf Sucks
Some big milestones, mentions in the press, and site updates.
When Reinhold Messner climbed Everest, he did it ‘alpine style’, with minimal equipment and support, as opposed to the hitherto prevailing 'expedition style’, which sacrificed speed, agility, and beauty in favour of extensive preparation, exhaustive planning, masses of equipment and people to carry it.
The Icemen Cometh
We’re excited to announce that Icelab is growing. Say hello to Hugh Evans and Andy McCray, our new developer and designer.