On Friday, we were named the 2014 Net Awards Agency of the Year. What makes this award very special is that it was awarded to us by our peers.
I'm really excited today to share the news that our iOS 7 GUI template is going to ship natively in Sketch 3 (Sketch 2 shown above). No longer will you need to Google 'iOS GUI Sketch' and download the file from our site.
Oct 2nd marks 11 years of Teehan+Lax. This anniversary has the awkwardness of not being the symbolic milestone of the decade we celebrated in 2012.
Last month, Apple unveiled iOS 7, surprising the iOS industry not only with the direction of the changes in the new OS, but also in their magnitude. A whole new visual look-and-feel and an extensive suite of new APIs.
I had to go back and look to be sure, but this is now the 7th iteration of teehanlax.com. It's by far the biggest departure we've taken and quite a bit different from a traditional design agency site.
I'm very pleased to formally announce two new additions to our crew today. The first is Ash Furrow, an outstanding iOS developer.
History In September of 2008, one of our designers, Greg Washington, began discussing a frustration he had. When starting any design project he would assemble a collection of images.
10 years ago today, Geoff and I started this company. The two of us and one employee, a designer who previously worked with us at Modem Media, started that first day in an office we shared with another design firm.
This week 4 of our co-workers are in Cannes for the 59th International Festival of Creativity. But what makes this special is that all 4 earned their way to Cannes by winning young creative competitions.
Yesterday marked our 9th year in business. Every year I write an anniversary post (8,7,6) and try to reflect on where we are at and what we have learned over past year.
Earlier this year we were working on an update for our iPad app TweetMag. We were having some issues with how the app was retrieving content.
With the recent launch of their new Superphones lineup, we helped Bell Mobility develop a campaign that not only introduced Superphones but also showed customers just how super they really are. As the capabilities of smartphones continue to escalate, it's become clear that premium handsets needed to be better positioned for customers to fully understand their superior attributes.