Archive for the Philosophy category


It’s been six years since Eric Ries first posted his thoughts on “the lean startup” in September of 2008. His early pontification of agile methodologies and rapid iteration helped us crystallize our approach to product design. Our … Read the full article

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Form follows function. Simplicity and accessibility in design. A return to the basics of craftsmanship. These ideas guided a design revolution. You’re probably thinking about User Experience, but in fact these philosophies were popularized almost … Read the full article

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Much to the chagrin of our Director of Vitality, our office runs (at least partially) on a lovely hot (sometimes cold) caffeinated beverage. In the old days, we took morning walks and afternoon strolls to … Read the full article

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Typography Enhances Your Brand

Your brand is more than a logo. A brand is the emotion that the public conjures up when they consume your product, see your logo flash across the television set, or interact with your website. … Read the full article

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Proto-Persona for Project Initiation

How many times have you been been midway through a project and asked yourself, “Why are we doing this?” or “Will anyone actually use this?” Projects can be very expensive – they often require significant … Read the full article

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Everyone hates driving on roads that are under construction. Lanes merge in strange ways, traffic slows, and accidents happen. Building a brand new highway with three exits is a lot easier than adding two more … Read the full article

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