A few members from our team got the chance to participate in a pitch presentation for the GD304 class from the University of Fraser Valley.
Remote work is still at the forefront and online collaboration remains to be important. Learn more about how Miro has become an integral part of our team.
With COVID-19 still in full effect, the movement towards touchless tech continues to grow. Read about the design framework that powers these technologies.
Effective remote discovery sessions are a true art. With COVID-19, these key meetings are being held online and this article will detail how to run it well.
Improve design consistency, team morale, product ownership, dev communication and design debt by adding Design QA to your design process.
In the 10 years since co-founding TTT, our VP of Design Josephine Wong has learned a lot about leadership and growing high-functioning design teams.
Choosing the right colours for your design is crucial to create a strong impression. In this blog, UX/UI Designer Andrea Lin talks about colour schemes, useful examples, and tips to improve your sense of colour and make better colour decisions.
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.