IR-top-5: Favorite Beers

October 18th, 2013 by Adam Doucette


For this month’s installment of our IR-top-5, we have decided to switch our staff’s focus away from wizardry of design and development for which we are known for and hear input on another common topic of discussion around here… beer. Seeing how it is Octoberfest combined with the fact that many of the Infrared5 team see themselves as beer connoisseurs we figured this topic is appropriate. So with that, here is the IR-top-5 for favorite beers. Read the rest of this entry »

UXFest and My Talk on Second Screen Experiences

October 11th, 2013 by Chris Allen

Chris UX Fest

Last week I presented at a really well attended and inspiring conference here in Boston called UXFest run by design firm Fresh Tilled Soil. I spoke to a packed room of UX enthusiasts that were interested in what I had to say about the direction of user experiences in video games and how these designs can play out in other industries. I got quite a few requests to post my slides from the talk, but given that I tend to take the approach of one image per slide with little-to-no text, that simply wasn’t going to work. For example a slide that shows nothing but an iPhone followed by a photo of a remote controlled helicopter wouldn’t make much sense without some context. So with that, here’s a summary of my talk in blog form. Read the rest of this entry »

The benefits to working in an Agile process

October 7th, 2013 by Jes Palmer

Here at Infrared5, our team of designers and developers have dedicated a lot of effort to fine-tuning a process that works most effectively and efficiently for both the client and our team. We want to share why we feel working in an Agile process has not only been successful on our projects in the past, but also want our future clients to have an understanding of how this works in their benefit on upcoming projects. Read the rest of this entry »