• May 30th, 2018

    GDPR: What You Need To Know

    GDPR is a European privacy law that went into effect on May 25, 2018. It imposes new regulations that may affect many US business, and may have great implications from legal, process, technical, and security perspectives. In this post we will present our initial findings on how GDPR may impact you and your business.

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  • March 28th, 2018

    Beyond the Dining Room: How Web Services, Social Media, and Mobile Apps Have Changed Tabletop Gaming

    Tabletop Roleplaying Games have existed since the 1970s, but recent technological advancements have changed the way that some of these games are played.

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  • February 27th, 2018

    A Better Web for Everyone

    With the advancement of technology in the digital world, the internet is always changing. The tension between advertisers, users, and businesses is just another one of those changes. What we can be sure of is, when this tension resolves, the internet as we know it most likely will not be the same.

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  • January 22nd, 2018

    How Lyquix Takes Its Coffee

    With an office located in the middle of Old City Philadelphia, we have access to great coffee options and if you're one of the 150 million Americans who drink coffee every day, you know exactly how important that is to us. Here's the listicle you've been waiting for: Lyquix's top 4 favorite coffees to drink at work.

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  • November 28th, 2017

    What is Net-Neutrality?

    In the last couple years net-neutrality has been in the news, and just last week, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced plans to repeal net-neutrality regulations. Many of our clients and friends have asked us "what is net-neutrality?" In this post we explain net-neutrality and why we think it is imperative to preserve net-neutrality regulations.

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  • November 1st, 2017

    Variable Fonts: Responsive Type for Responsive Web

    Typography that is viewed on a screen should adapt to individual viewing circumstances, such as the user's browser, device, screen resolution, screen brightness, and viewing distance. Although there are currently fonts created specifically for web use, they do not respond dynamically to fluctuating viewing conditions, causing issues with legibility, loading speed, and aesthetic appearance.

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  • October 25th, 2017

    Door to the New World

    Inspiration can be found anywhere - from the websites we depend on everyday to world-class museums on the other side of the world. As a designer, every experience has the potential to become the origin point of a creative design solution for a client project here at Lyquix. While some of this design inspiration is easily accessible, I've found that sometimes the best insight comes out of just a little bit of adventuring.

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  • October 6th, 2017

    Lessons from the Equifax Breach

    The breach that exposed 145 million Americans was very easily preventable. Make sure you don't make the same mistake.

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  • April 19th, 2017

    Good Design and the Science of Thinking

    Online users have very short attention spans that seem to respond only to short messages, buzzwords and flashy images. Understand how this behavior is a consequence of the way our brains are naturally wired to successfully grab users' attention and deliver your message.

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  • March 28th, 2017

    5 Technical Questions You Should Ask When Selecting A Website Development Agency

    One of the challenges for marketing groups when selecting a partner for a website development project is knowing the right technical questions to ask during the interview and proposal process.

    A primary reason for bringing in an external team is to gain a skill set that is outside of the typical knowledge base of the in-house team. So, how do you properly evaluate a skill set that is not a core competency of the group doing the evaluation?

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