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Better UX for browsing apartments

28 September 2016

For the better part of a year we’ve been working closely with Perth-based property developers, Finbar, on a number of websites to promote their apartment buildings. One of the key questions we wanted to address along the way was “how...

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Are popups still a good idea?

7 November 2016 Author: Sandy Lim

Go on. Ask any internet user how they feel about popups. You may learn some new swear words. And yet, when the business case for UX is stronger than ever, many brands still default to popups...

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Dear Developer. Love, Designer.

20 August 2015 Author: Kylie Timpani

Last month, a tweet by Yesenia Perez-Cruz, Senior Designer at Vox Media, caught my eye. Her tweet asked what seemed like a simple question:   I see an abundance of articles about how designers can make developers lives...

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Bringing a product homepage to life

12 September 2016

If you missed it, last month we at Humaan released a social aggregation platform called Waaffle. The marketing site features an animation sequence which is bound to the natural scrolling of the page. Because this animation received an...

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Getting more from social media

25 July 2016

Last week, we launched our latest project: Waaffle - a platform that aggregates social media posts for, well... lots of things.

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Our website launch checklist

While possibly the least glamorous part of launching a website, quality assurance is key to the success of any digital project. One of the most useful tools in our QA toolkit is our trusty website checklist, which we use at several stages of a ...

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Anatomy of a Successful Web Project

All successful web projects have one thing in common: a genuine collaboration between agency and client. Sure, great design and development are a necessity, but these should be a first principle for any professional agency. It...

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A guide to socialising for the socially awkward

I’ve always struggled with social interaction. The thought of having to mingle with a room of complete strangers never fails to inspire apprehension. How the hell do you go up to a stranger and start a...

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Refocusing the Modal

19 April 2016

Plugins and libraries are pretty neat. They can help developers save loads of time on their projects and include features otherwise too difficult or costly to develop – all with great results. They’ve enabled our industry...

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Nominated for a Webby!

11 April 2016

Woohoo! We just got our first Webby award nomination! Break Up with IE8 has been picked as a nominee in the Social: Weird category. We were thrilled to see so many people join us in dramatically...

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