FaaS forward — Furniture as a Service

They say “perception is reality” and while it’s important for new ventures to present and maintain the appearance of an awesome company, often times small businesses and startups spread themselves too thin by purchasing expensive office equipment … Continued

New Icon Set: Finite

Today we finished up the first version of a set of 180 icons available as an icon font, SVGs and an SVG sprite. By ensuring alignment of shapes to the pixel grid the icons stay sharp at … Continued

A better way to buy radio ads. jelli.com [video]

    Jelli is the first cloud-based ad platform for the $40 billion global radio market.  Jelli has built the industry’s largest audio advertising technology platform, streamlining the buying, selling, and publishing of audio ads … Continued

A quick overview of Mapbox Studio

We last looked at styling data in Mapbox Studio Classic. The new Mapbox Studio is now out of beta and lets you do many of the things you could do in Mapbox Studio Classic, but … Continued

Styling Google Static Maps

Often you’ll need a map on your website but not a full-fledged Google Map with all it’s interactivity (and added weight to the page). Luckily the Google Static Maps API is perfect these use cases. … Continued

Styling geodata in Mapbox Studio Classic

We’re currently working with a client in the broadcast radio industry and we wanted to illustrate their nationwide reach with radio stations across the country. So we created this map using data about FM radio stations … Continued

Developing a Logo

  As a designer, I am often asked how I go about creating a logo. I can’t begin to claim I know the best way to develop a logo but below are just a few things … Continued

Pick a color! Any color!

Choosing colors for a brand, website, or illustrations is not an exact science and I have yet to perfect it myself but here are some tips and tools I like to use which make the … Continued

Using Sketch to design for iPhone 6

A popular user interface design app catching on with designers at Doejo is Sketch. We’re using it to design native apps and websites, and it’s faster, cheaper, and easier to use than the Adobe Creative … Continued

TechWeek Chicago and Science Box

I had a chance to head into the city proper and peruse all the budding and established companies competing down at Techweek Chicago 2014. I also ran into a fellow Doejo’r who was exhibiting his … Continued

BounceJS

For the designers and front-end folks, I would consider this is a pretty handy tool for working through your element animation ideas quickly while in the design phase. http://bouncejs.com/

Music!

It’s a dreary Thursday afternoon, so naturally, music is necessary. Ever the aesthete, Doejo creative director, Garrett Galayda, was kind enough to show me this customizable Soundcloud player, courtesy of ToneDen. A departure from the … Continued

Consequences consequences

It is with great gusto that Doejo gets to share with you the launch of our latest creation, a new and improved consequenceofsound.net.  We have been privileged to work with the fledgling online music publication … Continued

What Screens Want

This is a must read for any interaction designer. Frank Chimero sets out to answer the question “What does it mean to natively design for screens?” and eventually wanders into a much larger discussion on … Continued

Photo site for the serious story teller

The makers of Thinglist have a new product out for the serious photo blogger. I really the like large photo story format and this new app really bridges the gap between beautiful presentation and ease … Continued