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Dept. Round-Up: Aug 16, 2019

We have had a busy, and exciting week, having lots of great coffees, meetings, and happy hours with new and interesting people. I even had a lovely lunch up by Columbia University (library pictured above)! Are you interested in meeting up with a member of our team in NYC? Shoot

View of New York City taken from an airplane window seat

Dept. Round-Up: Aug 9, 2019

After a lovely weekend in SF, it’s great to be back in NYC! I was moved to see the view of the city above from my window seat as I returned late Tuesday night. Isn’t it crazy how perfect the Manhattan grid is? And how bright Times Square is? Blows

Visualization of the layers of user experience with explanations of each layer

Beyond UX โ€“ How Information Architecture Improves User Experience

There are many, many components that go into a userโ€™s overall experience, all the way from their real-world interactions with your organization to their online ones. The easiest aspect of user experience to see is the visual design โ€“ if something is visually pleasing, we can see it pretty clearly.

Dept. Round-Up: Aug 2, 2019

Hello from San Francisco! I’m here for a long weekend making the work and relaxation rounds! Shoot me an email if you’re in the area and want to say hello. Without further ado… Our friends at The Understanding Group are blessing our offices with a workshop on Understanding Information Architecture

Dept. Round-Up: July 26, 2019

It’s been a busy week in the Logic Dept. office! We completed a great workshop (pictured above) with a wonderful client on Tuesday and are still riding that high ๐Ÿ™‚ But, don’t worry, we still got a gaggle of links together for you… Yes, it is time for ‘they’! Absolutely!

Dept. Round-Up: July 19, 2019

Clair, our information architect, has an otter obsession so the new otter emoji has been a hot topic of conversation around here this week! Related: we can’t get over how cute this duck is! Also related: Did you know that goats can hear emotions in each other’s voices?! Of course,

Fostering LGBTQ+ Inclusivity in Digital Spaces

For members of the LGBTQ+ community, the current political climate has been…turbulent. Now more than ever, the community has taken to the internet to make and encourage change in the world. Nonprofits play an important role in supporting LGBTQ+ communities through advocacy and resources to affect social change. There is

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Dept. Round-Up: July 12, 2019

I hope everyone had a great post-4th week! We’re excited to share another week’s round-up with you yet again. We’re starting a new weekly feature, “from the archives”, where we’ll share a link that I saved to my Pocket account sometime in the last 6 years! A lot of our

Dept. Round-Up: June 28, 2019

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our employee #1 today: Paige Dupont (above). She has been the heart of our team for 4 years and we’ll miss her deeply! We’re so proud and excited to see her taking a new step in her professional development. It’s

Dept. Round-Up: June 21, 2019

We had an amazing time speaking at the Huge Content Strategy Meetup this week (see image)! Big thank you to them for having us. If you’d like to meet us and ask us anything, stop by our open house next Tuesday, June 25! Love, love, LOVE this explanation and breakdown