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Robert Amerman's keen skill to intelligently deconstruct a complex problem's design requirements and provide a solution with longevity, personality, and heart has been key to Third Mind's twenty year success. Not only is Robert Vice President and Director of Design at Third Mind, he has...

As you get ready to implement new Web campaigns and flesh out requests for technology proposals this year, consider these recommendations for using 2016 web and technology trends responsibly. Our team selected the top three trends from a bevy of predictions made. And here...

Code Style Guidelines: documentation explaining how your code bridges the gap between designers, developers and clients.  These set guidelines are meant to help everyone on your team to write consistent cohesive code. We recommend including Pattern Libraries within your code style guide. Pattern Libraries are...

Third Mind began using Scalable Vector Graphics [SVG] several years ago as the initial retina display / Responsive [RWD] requirements were emerging.  We used them in ‘sprites’ contexts for audio / video / slideshow player icons and WordPress Theme iconography. It seemed natural to gear-heads...

We were fanning through office lunch menus and could not find any healthy places to order from—when out of the cosmos one of our brilliant engineers blurted out, “I’m buying one of those entrées from SELF Healthy Kitchen”. We had just launched selfhealthykitchen.com so...

[caption id="attachment_2456" align="aligncenter" width="300"] HTML enhanced for web apps![/caption] AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript framework, maintained by Google, that assists with running single-page applications. Its goal is to augment browser-based applications with model–view–controller (MVC) capability, in an effort to make both development and testing easier. The library...