It makes sense for designers, developers and copywriters to want our websites, web applications and digital campaigns to be accessible to everyone on any device, anywhere. It’s a noble idea and I'd love to be able to do that all the time. More
A few weeks ago at the Google I/O 2014 Conference, Google introduced their new visual language for it’s Android devices and Chrome operating systems and browsers. Matter-of-factly named Material Design, this comprehensive document considers nearly all of the visual complexities of their many interfaces.
Continuing our series on information architecture, user experience, and user interface design, read an overview on how various UI documentation tactics and strategic planning methods can provide a fulfilling overall experience for your user.
At Elevated Third our Drupal development team has moved past the honeymoon phase with Drush, our one true love, and fallen into a daily routine of efficient CLI interaction with Drupal. Just when we thought the spark was gone, we discovered the Acquia Cloud API for Drush and the relationship felt new all over again.
Data v. Intuition is a debate that continues to intensify in every industry that relies on each for answers. Until recently, intuition was widely accepted as a great source of decision-making, but the arrival of big data has changed the way we look at our world. The old tropes of “experience” and “creativity” are no longer sufficient for making smart business decisions. Intuition will never be eliminated (nor should it), but knowing when to use intuition over data is the key to making the right decisions. More
A fresh agency website is something that is necessary, even critical, in supporting new business. It is how we communicate that we’re on the top of our game, yet when great clients keep walking in the door it is easy to get complacent and keep coasting with what is on the domain now. Afterall, if it ain’t broke why do it all over again? More