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.
TTT President Chris Hobbs recently teamed up with Clutch.co and The Manifest to analyze data on loyalty apps, peer-to-peer payment apps and navigation apps. Check out Chris’s insight on the various survey reports in a guest blog written by The Manifest!
Making the decision between out-of-box and custom software solutions is not easy. It requires a thorough analysis of the business problem and an informed assessment of the different options. In this blog, TTT’s VP Business Development Jose Hernandez shares his advice on which solution is best for your business.
Android Developer Jian Liew dives into his experiences with communication and the challenges that arise when working with Slack. He also explores the frustrations of an open concept workplace and shares three pieces of advice for those struggling with modern office communication.
What are microservices? What are the benefits they offer versus a classic monolithic service and when should we consider using them when developing an app? Farzad gives us all the details.
When I was looking to register for events at Vancouver Startup Week I thought I would try to learn a few new things . So when I saw that there was a mobile marketing panel I decided to register. After signing in I looked at the speakers list and to my surprise there was a photo of me
It’s been an eventful summer for us here at TTT. We’re making good use of the new office space, and having a lot of fun hosting workshops for Vancouver Startup Week. If you missed out there’s always next year!
Recently, Two Tall Totems met several deadlines on various big projects, all within days of each other. A project isn’t considered successful unless it’s on-time, and on-budget. But how do you go about making sure both criteria are met?