Inclusive design is a topic discussed more frequently every day, especially in the creative and tech industries. As digital consultants, it’s our job is to provide a user with a digital experience, whether it be through a product or service. If we cannot grant equal access to all, we not only miss out on business (and face some sticky legal situations), but the user will also miss out on experiencing our carefully designed creations.
Our friends at Grovemade have a killer website. We thought we would give them a shout-out and talk about what we think makes it so awesome.
At GRAYBOX we love to see our client-partners thrive, and Wildfang’s Emma McIlroy did just that this past Saturday at TEDxPortland.
I can say confidently that the one thing that has been consistent over the years is GRAYBOX’s ability to bring together an amazing team of people.
Revant Optics was founded in 2009 by Jason Bolt out of a desire to bring people affordable and high quality lenses for their expensive sunglasses. We partnered with Revant in February in an effort to help their continued growth.
International Women's Day made for some excellent discussion around the GRAYBOX office. One of our partners, Wildfang, wrote a great piece about honoring women and, in fact, every human on a daily basis. As digital consultants, we have to think about others on a full-time basis, but working in tech brings with it the challenge of bringing diversity to a caucasian male dominated space.
GRAYBOX was awarded a Davey Award for our work with Portland English Language Academy!
Accelo is a powerful tool for time entry. As consultants, GRAYBOX requires an agile bit of software that evolves as we do. Accelo helps us by offering partners transparency into every minute of time that we record. This transparency helps us keep our partner retention rates super high.
Ecommerce can be a wonderful way to sell online. The challenge lies in brining the brick and mortar shopping experience to your site. How do you translate the in-store experience to a website? Alicia Nagel sheds some light on engaging customers online.
GRAYBOX moved into a bigger space in July and wanted to offer the digital community a free events space in Portland. Ecommerce Portland was in need of a meeting space and GRAYBOX jumped at the chance to offer the group a free place to meet. Their first meeting will be February 9th at 6:00pm in the GRAYBOX training room.