According to its official website, the Marshmallow Challenge is “a remarkably fun and instructive design exercise that encourages teams to experience simple but profound lessons in collaboration, innovation and creativity.” Given our propensity for innovation and our love of all things challenging, we decided to try our hand at the challenge at the Christmas party we had just last week.
You may have heard about the Relative Waves product called Form. A visual programming tool largely inspired by Quartz Composer that “lets you build custom native prototypes directly on the device.”
Google acquired the product two weeks ago and made it available for free. So, if the price (~$80) ever made you second guess your actual need for a tool like that (especially when there’s the original Quartz Composer turbo boosted by Facebook’s Origami) that no longer is an issue.