Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance
We work on a lot of digital projects - many for our clients and some for ourselves. We regularly face new challenges and changes in technology that, once surmounted, pave the path to new creations, solutions, and deeper understanding. Our blog is our outlet for sharing some of that knowledge. Fuelled by curiosity, a desire to understand and – where possible – answer some of the problems we and our clients face.
There is one book that everyone who is interested in usability should read, and that is “Don’t make me think” by Steve Krug.
Our junior front-end developer started in March, 3 days before the country went into lockdown because of COVID-19. Minna shares tips and tricks for starting with a new team.
Although AEM and Sitecore both share powerful features, there are a number of reasons you might want to consider an alternative content management system for your website.
As a designer I have an interest in perception - not specifically from a visual design point of view, but more the cultural differences in the perception of everyday objects, the spaces we occupy and how we interact with them ...
Elegance and ease of use are often down to simplicity, not just in terms of design and aesthetics, but also features and functions. If a product only has a few features it’s usually easier to understand and operate ...
As a developer, dealing with designers and their creations can sometimes be challenging. At Liquid Light we've honed our process to ensure minimum friction between both developers and designers.
All too often you hear about people losing their phones and, along with it, their data. This blog post explores how you can become "device agnostic", freeing the tether between your device and your memories.
Embracing a new technology requires your mind to expand to encapsulate it but how many of us have the time to plough into a new technology just for the fun of learning it these days? Read on to learn from my journey from fuzzy, WordPress comfort zone and into the unknown abyss of TYPO3.
Now that Sketch supports colour management, should we be turning on colour management? A dive into colour management, profiles and what this means for the web