Posts tagged "Design"

2020

A Closer Look: Producing Annual Reports, Both Digitally and in Print

After taking a deep dive into the work and impact of Energy Trust, we have seen time and again that while you can’t feel energy in the palm of your hand, the stories that come from the people, communities, and businesses whose lives and livelihoods are impacted by energy, are where the magic is.

Accessibility and Dyslexia: An Interview

Websites that don’t take dyslexia into consideration can be much harder to navigate. In this interview, Jules and Rebecca talk about how you can make your website more accessible and easier for everyone to use.

Accessibility for Teams in a Hurry: Color Contrast

Making accessible design decisions starts by establishing an accessible color palette.

2017

Designing for a Cause

Design intern Alejandro shares his takeaways from his first web design project, and the inspiration behind his designs for ThinkShout Cares.

What to Think About When You're Thinking About a Redesign

Mimi poses a few questions you should ask yourself before embarking on a website overhaul.

User Journeys

Learn how developing user journeys can help you better define the audiences for your web projects.

2016

The Southern Poverty Law Center Gets Nominated for a Webby

Our redesign of the SPLC site is up for a Webby!

2015

The Evolution of a Logo

Introducing the new and improved ThinkShout logo!

How to Deal with a Small Design Budget

A Designer's guide to working with project limitations

A Tale of Two Devsigners

Stephanie sits down with our design team to talk trends, projects, and Devsigner

DrupalCon LA - A Designer's Perspective

Design and UX at DrupalCon LA

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