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Design happens whether or not you value it - ignoring it can ruin your project
I have worked on a wide variety of software projects in my time at Gaslight. But one thing that has been consistent throughout my career is that people don’t really understand what design is, the importance of good design and why our teams spend so much time focusing on it....
Online banking is here to stay ... but the sooner you embrace UX Design, the better.
Banking - something we all do, but don’t necessarily like. 2018 wraps up to be a big year for this industry as technology continues to create convenient experiences for everyday tasks. Many 20 somethings have never owned a checkbook, and the days of walking into a branch for service are...
Deep Stuff From Adobe Max 2017
A few weeks ago I got the super incredible opportunity to attend Adobe Max 2017 in Las Vegas! This opportunity was granted to me while I was speaking at the Cincinnati Adobe Creative Jam back in September (which was an awesome event—you should totally come next year!) This was also...
TIL: Styling Radio Buttons
Styling radio inputs doesn’t have to be daunting! Save yourself some time and CSS heartache with these simple steps: Three Simple Tips to Styling Radio Buttons: Always reset the appearance of your radio button. This gets rid of default styles from the browser, leaving you a blank canvas to work...
React and You: A Designer’s Point of View
Have you or a loved one been exposed to React? You may be entitled to psychological compensation. Like most things that begin in isolation, my first React experience withered away in the waves of frustration. This was just the beginning though before I had a support system in place to...
My Gaslight Design Internship Experience
Before my time at Gaslight, I thought I had a pretty good grasp on the technical skills and practices in the design industry. Boy, was I wrong. In school, we learned about a wide variety of practices such as agile project management, design thinking, and user research but you never...