The Mercury Blog

Android’s Change of Heart: Google Adds Bottom Navigation to Material Design Guidelines

Despite Google’s history of advising against bottom navigation, they recently added it to their material design guidelines as a primary navigation pattern.

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Free iOS 9.3 iPhone UI Kit for Illustrator and Sketch

The most complete, most up-to-date, most accurate, and most thoughtfully structured iOS 9 UI kit available for Illustrator and Sketch. Absolutely free!

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Semper Fi Project Fi?

We examine whether Google’s Project Fi is ready to be used as a serious carrier replacement.

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Join Us at Mercury for Google I/O Extended Nashville 2015

Join us at 10am, May 28, 2015 for a live stream of the Google I/O keynote followed by live presentations and other sessions throughout the day.

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Time Goes by So Slowly: Performance Tips for Apple Watch Apps

Some important early lessons we have learned about building Apple Watch apps.

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More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Apple’s Spotlight Location Icons

An in-depth look at Apple’s Spotlight and Maps icons along with an examination of the breadth and harmony of the set.

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Happy Holidays, Y’all!

As Mercury boldly ventures forth into 2015, we wanted to take some time to thank you for a wonderful 2014 and wish you all the best for the year to come!

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It’s getting a little competitive in here…

Mercury’s third annual Pre-Thanksgiving Chili Cook-Off is a battle for the ages.

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What I Learned from Not Listening

How Mercury’s VP of Marketing, Paul Stanley turned his broken Android phone into an opportunity to evaluate life on the other side.

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Keys to Engaging Higher Ed Mobile Audiences

Learn how the University of Mississippi uses their mobile apps to communicate with and engage a challengingly diverse higher education audience.

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