Yesterday, David Murdico wrote for Ad Age about 5 Ways to Get More Out of Your Digital Agency. In the article, he discusses how brand managers can maximize the results they get from the professional service firms they hire.
It's been over a year since we moved into our new space in Liberty Village, and believe it or not, it's taken us about as long to finally settle-in. We really love it here, but always have ideas for improving things to make it even more of a creative and collaborative environment.
When creating a web site for multiple screens and devices, many options need to be explored to determine how to create the best web experience while maintaining a consistent and optimal user experience. With the variety of devices used to view the web already, from phones and desktop computers, to netbooks and tablets, this list will only continue to grow.
We don't often write about products that we didn't work on, but I came across Path last night and felt it was worth talking about. Path has been around since November of last year.
A few months back Fast Company’s Co.Design blog published a controversial post that triggered a lot of discussion. In their article provocatively titled User-Led Innovation Can't Create Breakthroughs; Just Ask Apple and Ikea, Jens Martin Skibsted and Rasmus Bech Hansen wrote: “[User-centered design] doesn’t work.
Every time we create one of these files we notice just how much has changed. I'm not talking about the obvious stuff like iCloud, Siri or Notifications.
By now most people working in the digital channel will have heard some of the buzz about content strategy. But unless you’ve worked on a UX project with a content strategy component, its exact role can be a bit of a mystery.
Here at T+L we believe that a brand’s online presence and activity should always be both useable and useful to its customers. This rule applies to social media as well.
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.
We don't normally cross-post Labs content, but this experiment is so cool we couldn't resist. If you haven't already, check out their latest (includes video) on the Touch Vision Interface.