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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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Be a Purple Squirrel

August 14, 2014 | 0 Comments


Author: Kelly O’Neill, Project Manager Have you ever thought about being a purple squirrel? Whether because of your calculated genius, or sheer luck, you may already be a “purple squirrel” and not even know it. You’re just doing the best you can with your talents, and BAM! – it happens. In the recruiting world, the […]
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Cucumber: Converting User Stories into Code Through Behavior-Driven Development

August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments


Author: Fernando Aleman, Back-End Developer Behavior-driven development (BDD) is an approach to software development designed to start with the piece of functionality that is most important to your user by discovering what our software should do, specifying it clearly and validating that the software does and continues to do what we intend. Cucumber is a […]
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Reflections of a Project Management Intern

August 1, 2014 | 3 Comments


Author: Nicole Chun, Project Manager Intern As I finish up my summer internship here at Click Here Labs and The Richards Group, I wanted to spend a little time to reflect and hopefully provide useful information for those of you who are interested in becoming a future project management intern or are curious about the […]
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Collaborative Productivity Tools

July 24, 2014 | 3 Comments


Author: Alex Sanchez, Business Analyst Traditionally, when colleagues needed to collaborate, there was the headache of scheduling a meeting that worked for all the necessary stakeholders, putting together a streamlined agenda and planning an efficient work session. If the meeting went off track, then you would have to repeat the process until you addressed all the […]
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Breaking Through the Static

July 1, 2014 | 3 Comments


GameStop HTML5 – Ad units for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Pre-Order. Click to replay animation. Author: Chad Bull, Multimedia Developer The online advertising (OLA) world has been trying to figure out its future for years. The industry has been slow to acknowledge and adapt to the mobile/PC landscape. Being stuck in the tried-and-true ways of the […]
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Beacons: Part 2 – Application

June 19, 2014 | 0 Comments


Author: Brian Edgin, User Experience Architect In Part 1 of this post, we covered the technology behind and limitations of beacons. As discussed in Part 1, beacons have some limitations. One of the most important to understand is their lack of accuracy over distance. Because of this limitation, most implementations involve tagging each location of […]
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