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About Click Here Labs

Click Here Labs is the digital division of The Richards Group, a privately held full-service branding agency based in Dallas, Texas. We are veterans of Internet marketing. Formed in 1995 by a team who foresaw a need for marketing solutions specific to the online medium, we’ve been evolving ever since to meet the demands of clients who want to maximize their digital potential.

We grew out of The Richards Group, an organization where brand development is second nature, and we think this is pretty important. A number of shops provide similar services, but not many can back them up with a résumé that includes more than three decades of branding experience. We leverage this experience to develop marketing strategies and technology solutions that help our clients build brands online.

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Performance as Design

February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments


Author: Jason Mallott, Front-End Developer With much of the world swiftly moving toward mobile, the time has come to look at the way we design as well as develop websites. With the introduction of media queries and responsive techniques, websites have become a great fluid frontier featuring robust desktop designs and scaled-down versions for their […]
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Distance Searching and MySQL

January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments


Author: Seth McLean, Back-End Developer So here’s a fairly common situation: Your organization has a handful of locations, and you want to provide a tool for people to find the one closest to them. Whether it’s a selection of retail partners providing your product or just some branch office locations, the convenience of letting people […]
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Why Can’t I Just Use That Picture I Found on Google?

January 20, 2015 | 0 Comments


Author: Shawn Ewert, Business Analyst While it is never a good idea to claim an image found online as your own, there are a lot of gray areas that surround copyrighted images and their usage online. I have to start out by saying I am not an attorney and am by no means giving legal […]
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Automated Website Testing – Or How I Learned to Stop Clicking and Love the Script

January 12, 2015 | 0 Comments


Author: Christopher Gaspard, Quality Control Analyst So I was busy doing some of the old click/look-click/look, like you do when you’re a Quality Control Technician, when I was told that the guy in charge of scripting our automated website testing, let’s call him Meich, had put in his notice to move closer to his family. […]
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InVision App – A Prototyping, Collaboration and Workflow Platform

January 5, 2015 | 0 Comments


Author: Bryan Vorel, Interactive Programmer Are you looking for a much easier way to show your designs to clients, without having to try and explain through static images, PDFs or even wireframes? Consider InVision. With the InVision app, you can now quickly transform your design into a fully interactive prototype with complete gestures and animations […]
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Weighted Random Numbers

December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments


Author: Sean Eshbaugh, Back-End Developer When generating sample data, it’s not uncommon to need data with some sort of weighted distribution. For such sampling, Math.random() (or your language’s random number function) can be a bit too random. Today, we’ll be taking a look at a simple and extensible method for generating weighted random numbers in […]
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