What I Talk About When I Talk About Usability
Here at LookThink, we’re big on making user experiences better - not just through good design but also by incorporating usability into our design and development process.
Lessons from Spark2016
If your brand isn’t on your mind in every digital experience your company participates in, woe betide you.
The Client Always Needs Mobile
What this post is really about is this: it's wrong to create a site without any thought given to mobile; it's wrong to let a project move from Information Architecture to Development without any consideration made for mobile.
Make the Static Dynamic
At LookThink, we work hard to conceptualize and broadcast fresh visual solutions that embody both the needs of our clients and stay ahead of current in the design space.
The Revealing Module Pattern
When working on large scale, enterprise applications, developers inevitably face the challenge of protecting their code from accidentally being overwritten by other dev teams.
Thought it was a bug, but it's a feature
Being a developer boils down to spending enormous amounts of time troubleshooting bugs. We all have war stories.
5 Pieces of Advice To Future Interns
The LookThink team is filled with talented, fun, and interesting individuals. Going to work is much more enjoyable when you are surrounded by these people who you can joke and have fun with.
Beanies, Berets, and Ballcaps
At LookThink, all members of our team wear multiple hats. No one — I repeat no one — has only one job here. Of course, we all have our area of expertise (a subject for another post), but we politely refuse to be an assembly line of workers, each only contributing to one phase of a project.
User Research Saves Time AND Money
Business goals don’t necessarily match customer needs – and companies may not always understand their end users – so gathering user feedback is critical.
Every Project is a Lean Startup
When we start a new project, there’s excitement in the air. The world is our oyster! Ideas run wild! In that euphoric moment we want to do it all, and it’s easy to lose sight of the real need.