Discussion and opinion on design, development, business and culture in a digital world.
By Scott Barkman on Dec. 1, 2015
Microsoft has just announced that it will be ending support for Internet Explorer versions below 11. The most important impact of this is that they will no longer release security updates for these versions.
By Scott Barkman on Nov. 26, 2015
We get it; launch can be a stressful time in the life span of a web project. However, it’s important to know what launch really means in the overall scheme of a website.
By Thorren Koopmans on Nov. 23, 2015
The things we do online are often seamless and easy, leading us to take for granted the amount of work that has gone into making them that way. We see something that looks effortless and assume that it is therefore easy.
By Chris Provins on Nov. 12, 2015
Building a strong foundation to connect with your audience.
By Ashia Zawaduk on Nov. 9, 2015
Writing a clear bug report doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve outlined a few key steps to help clients create informative and detailed bug reports.
By Micah Slavens on Oct. 6, 2015
We’ve spent the past year waiting on contractors, cooking up ideas and completing daunting DIY projects. Now mostly complete, our 3 floors of office give us around 7500 square feet of designed working and collaboration space.
By Thorren Koopmans on Oct. 5, 2015
Lift was recognized at the 2015 Digital Alberta awards held in Calgary this past Friday. We’re thrilled with the wins and of course grateful to the fantastic clients that made them possible.
By Thorren Koopmans on July 24, 2015
SEO is important, but it might not work quite the way you think. Designing for humans, not machines, can make a big difference in the long-run.
By Thorren Koopmans on July 21, 2015
We need you! If you love the web and want to work with great people on great projects, you might be a good fit. Check it out, tell your friends, and apply if you think it sounds awesome.
By Tim Sloan on July 6, 2015
We’ve completed hundreds of web projects and over the years we’ve learned that we’re different so we’ve designed our own way of managing them.