• The Quirks of CSS

    The Quirks of CSS

    February 24, 2020

    After working in web development for a while, you think you’ve seen it all. Until…you realize you haven’t. While developing a unique solution for the overlay menus on Rhoades McKee, Daniel and I had the privilege of learning something new about the quirkiness of CSS. Follow along as we guide you through this CSS mishap and our […]

  • TBX Launches LAVA

    TBX Launches LAVA

    May 28, 2019

    TBX was born from our personal relationships. When we first started, we were in the business of providing great design and websites to our friends and family. We knew we had the skills to help them get the best design work for their money, and as we scaled, our vision to be the best option […]

  • Page Not Found :/

    Page Not Found :/

    May 3, 2019

    Getting lost sucks. It doesn’t matter if it’s due to poor directions (Do people still ask for those?) or an incorrect listing on Google Maps, the reason doesn’t change the result. Now you’re most likely late to the party, or worse, you never even get there. 404 errors are the digital equivalent to discovering you […]

  • Web Development 201

    Web Development 201

    March 8, 2019

    Part II: All About Semantic Code In the second installment of our series on web development, Geoff Dusome, our senior developer, walks us through the steps of coding content for a page. (If you need a refresher, check out part one.) First things first: What is semantic code? Semantic code helps browsers, search engines, and […]

  • Talk the Talk

    Talk the Talk

    February 11, 2019

    Our copywriter’s four-step strategy to uncovering brand voice. For any writer, on any project, one of the initial big tasks at hand is establishing a client’s brand voice. What does this mean? Well, determining how the content should flow and sound to the audience. Because after all, every user wants to connect, to engage, to […]

  • behind the lens

    behind the lens

    December 19, 2018

    Five Fundamentals for a Successful Photoshoot In my previous life as a wedding photographer, I experienced many smooth, well-organized days of shooting. No issues. No delays. No scrambling on short order. I’ve also experienced the opposite — absolute chaos from lack of planning and unrealistic expectations on a day hinged upon logistics. As an account […]

  • Web Development 101

    Web Development 101

    November 30, 2018

    Part I: The Basics Take note as our in-house coding expert, Geoff Dusome, shares the building blocks of web development. Welcome to the first in a three-part series, where together, we will eventually create a simple webpage. Feel free to open your favorite code or text editor and follow along. If you are following along […]

  • Is your website outdated?

    Is your website outdated?

    October 25, 2018

    Seven Telltale Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your Website Has it been a while since you’ve touched your website? Wondering if it’s time for a redesign? If you’re here, then you’re likely already aware of the importance of a strong online presence. So how do you make sure you’re putting your best foot forward on […]