Progressing from Junior to Senior designer may seem like a long climb for some. UX/UI Designer Jatin Jia shares valuable tips and tools to make this transition smooth!
A good discovery session sets the foundation for building a successful product. UX/UI Designer Mark Wilson shares his knowledge of starting a project right.
It’s the research and legwork that often dictates the success of a product; an important step that often gets overlooked when we’re talking about design. In this blog, UX/UI Designer Jatin talks about how conducting proper UX competitor analysis helps set the foundation for a great product.
In the first ever “Confessions of a Designer”, talented UX/UI Designer Mark Wilson shares his experience with a successful case of user testing. Learn about his strategies when it comes to working with clients and the value of experimentation in design.
How can you tell if a design is objectively good? In this blog, UX/UI Designer Ann Kang explores consumer behaviour, psychology and user-centered design principles to determine what makes an objectively good design.
Everyone deserves a great user experience, regardless of physical, mental, or cognitive limitations. So, how do we shift our mindset to prioritize accessibility design? UX/UI Designer Felix Cheng explores how to make this essential component more tangible and relevant.
Call to Action Buttons are difficult to master. However, when CTA’s are impeccably written, designed and executed, it can boost clicks and increase conversion rates. In this blog, UI/UX Designer Mark Wilson shares 10 tips on creating effective CTA buttons.
It’s hard to know how to approach the feedback process when collaborating with a Designer. In this blog, experienced TTT Designer Ann Kang gives valuable tips on how to build relationships and give meaningful feedback.
The time it takes to build an app varies depending on complexity. The Yervana iOS app happens to be quite a complex project that we’ve managed to deliver in 100 days. In this blog we go over the time frame of all the steps involved and learnings we took away from this process.
Login screens are a necessary evil, but if done right, the user shouldn’t notice it at all. Felix Cheng, our UX/UI designer gives us the do’s and don’ts of designing pain-free registration and login screens.
So we made a VR app for fun, just cause. Well also because we’re a bunch of nerds and we can’t seem to keep our hands off cool technology. Chcek out our pet project “TTT Xmas Magic” in the app store!
We’re excited to be sharing our work at the Sierra Wireless IoT developer day 2016. It’s been fun to work alongside Sierra Wireless and IBM. Our president, Chris Hobbs, will be heading down to San Jose, California on December 6th for the event to speak on the topic of “Building APIs for end to end