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Sure, we love to geek out over technology and design. But it's all for a bigger purpose - boosting your business. Through development, design and business categories here on our blog - we break down our best practices, what to look for when it comes to software development, and how you can in fact, leverage technology.
Gaslight Podcast 32: Ember in Practice
Looking Back: A Semester in the Life of a Marketing Co-op
Well, it looks like fall is winding down, and to my own dismay, it is turning into a full fledged winter season. And with a new season comes change, and one of those changes includes me going back to school and leaving Gaslight behind. At least for now. I can...
How Good Developers Avoid Bad Code
Developers often like to think of themselves as engineers. We value things that make sense above all. Code is no different. Principles and rules often heavily influence the decisions we make while coding. With all of the information surrounding us, sometimes it can feel like our decisions can be heavily...
December 2014: Upcoming Tech Events In Cincinnati
We love to support the local tech community! Here are some of the great tech events we have our eye on this month. We hope to run into you around town. CINPA Monthly Meeting</br> Annual HACKERS Night Wednesday, December 37 pm, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College: Work Force Development...
Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s a Pie Chart of the Pies We’re Eating Right Now
Thanksgiving is a time for sharing stories with friends and family, a time to stuff your face with all of the turkey and mashed potatoes imaginable and a time to just unwind and get a well deserved break from the daily grind. Here at Gaslight, it is about the pie...
Is Thoughtless Copy Ruining Your User Experience?
A couple of weeks ago I received a phone call to virtually check me in a few days early for a routine medical appointment. After some basic questions about insurance and emergency contacts, the nice woman asked if I’d like to go ahead and pay for a planned test over...