Gaslight Blog

To build lasting impact with our clients, their end-users, and our community.

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.


CinciJS - AngularJS with Mike Ball

AngularJS AngularJS lets you write client-side web applications as if you had a smarter browser. It lets you use good old HTML (or HAML, Jade and friends!) as your template language and lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly. It automatically synchronizes data from...

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Making our users feel great: The psychology of making things easy to use.

The design industry has lost focus on what it means to be a user experience designer. It’s not about writing requirements, drawing wireframes, graphic design or even user research. It’s about making your users feel great. While those other skills are important, they are just a means to an end....

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Michael Guterl: Nibbles and Gorillas

Michael Guterl won’t argue with you about your experiences. The arguer wants to win by having his opinion validated. Michael doesn’t need validation. After he begged us for years, we finally hired Michael and sat down with him to chat today, and we heard some very interesting things. And of...

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Gaslighters breakin' in the shiny new cod-pasting studio.

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Gaslight Podcast #12: Benefit Corporations

Your browser does not support the audio element. In this podcast we speak with Kelly Dolan and Michael Kroeger from Ingage about B Corporations. B Corporations are companies that measure their success by their impact on the planet, the community, and their employees as well as profits. Lean what a...

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CincyRB - Rubber with Jim Anders

Jim Anders will be talking about Rubber “a plugin that enables relatively complex multi-instance deployments of Ruby on Rails applications to Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).”

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