Sexy lingerie, sweet-scented lotions and high-end purses have more in common than those “I’m sorry” presents you buy your wife.
The new responsively designed Animal Guide lets you bring a zoologist with you – perfect for inquisitive, tech-savvy kids.
Explaining what Responsive Web Design is can be difficult. This tool will let us show you instead of tell you. We like the way your face says “Coooooooool”.
If you’ve never had a Frito Pie late at night, tasted a Bus-town Julep or heard of TatorTot-chos, this project isn’t for you.
A lot goes into that Apple Pecan Chicken Salad and freshly brewed Wild Berry Lemonade. This is the website for those that make all that deliciousness possible.
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DYNAMIC FAVICON: What is a favicon? It’s simply an image a browser uses to help a user identify your site. What if we could make that icon dynamic, and a little more informative? Read more…
THE STORY BEHIND THE COFFEE COUNTER
Sometimes us web developers need an excuse to get away from the browser and write something native. So what’s my excuse? Read more…
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We are a Columbus, Ohio based design and user experience agency that creates #MindBlowing, connected digital experiences that deliver highly personalized content to your desk, couch and pocket.
It’s the emotion, the flow, the engagement, the whole enchilada with a side of pico de gallo. It’s what’s seen on the other end of the screen. And like the five-year-old versions of ourselves, we’re constantly asking, “Why?” Because User Experience is the why—everything else is just tactics.
Some say it’s just boxes and FPO copy. But before you hit the snooze button, think of it like this: We see Information Architecture as the blueprint to a beautiful house we’re about to build. So before we break ground on your groundbreaking project, IA makes sure the shower is in the bathroom (not the kitchen).
With all of the tablets, phones and desktop computers out in wild blue yonder, we work to ensure your story displays in the best way possible. That’s where Responsive Web Design comes in, snapping to fit every screen and device on this green earth.
This is where we put our pixel painters to work. And like little Picassos they toil away one brushstroke at a time creating beautiful artwork that does more than capture eyeballs, it holds consumers’ A.D.D. attention spans like a full nelson.
Design without development is like a bike without pedals—sure it looks nice but it won’t take you anywhere. So that’s where our skilled team of code-loving, energy-drinking web developers come in. They make ones and zeros dance with their fingertips to bring our amazing designs to life and turn plain old bikes without pedals into rocket ships of awesomeness.
We are thinkers first and doers second. And there’s a lot in our heads that we’ve gathered and stored up along the way. So pull up a seat and grab your Moleskine and a pen, because we’re about to drop some knowledge in an interactive workshop or super-charged training session.
Believe it or not, we’d rather take on creative or technical project that’s challenging in nature. In fact, we live for it. And before you think we’re a few sandwiches short of a picnic, catch this: We’re designed for challenge, it’s what we do every day. So when you hit a bump in the road or snag in your seam, give us call. You may even want to keep us on speed dial.
Seems like technology is evolving on a near daily basis. And we’re not only riding the wave, we’re making some of our own with native app design and development.
We design and build web-based experiences that invite users to tap, swipe, pinch, zoom and the countless other things you would normally expect in a native app. So fire up your mobile browser and upgrade your data plan; we’re taking the app experience to the cloud.
Stand up and turn around ten times fast. Now try to walk in a straight line. That’s what a digital project sans strategy can feel like—you’ll probably move forward, but you’re sure to get off course within a few steps. So before your project pulls out of the driveway, let’s map out a path to the destination (we call shotgun).