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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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Digital Marketing and E-Commerce

April 25, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Drake Williams, Motion Graphics Even though digital marketing and e-commerce are on the rise, some businesses are still finding it difficult to convert website visits into actual sales. There are several things a brand can do to help this, but understanding mobile commerce and how it works is one large step toward perfecting your […]
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Back in the Saddle Again

April 20, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Amy Butscher, Presentation Designer Now that I am single again, I wondered how the digital world would impact my life. Dating sites, of course. Here are the top five dating sites according to Consumer-Rankings.com. Zoosk.com Recommended Age: 18-50+ Rating: 9.8/10 People often ask which dating site is right for them, because most dating sites […]
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Addressing the Usability Issues of Flat Design

April 11, 2016 | 1 Comments


Author: Brian Edgin, UX Architect What we now refer to as flat design started in 2013 with the launch of iOS 7, the operating system for Apple iPhone and iPad. Prior to iOS 7, the user interface (UI) on Apple’s devices was heavily skeuomorphic, meaning that digital elements were designed to mimic their real-world counterparts. […]
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How Can We Achieve a Healthy Work-Life Balance in This Technology-Crazed World?

March 30, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Jennifer Duncan, Project Manager Work-life balance has been talked about for decades, and there was a time, not that long ago, when the boundaries between work and home were fairly clear. Today, however, by having technology at our fingertips – being able to work from anywhere, anytime – the line between our work and […]
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Website High Availability and Power Grid Reliability

March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Peter Stettner, Project Manager An Ignored Co-Dependence of Our Internet Website hosting availability (high availability) is communicated as a percentage of uptime and defined by how many “nines” are in the percentage. One big factor that is not figured into this equation is the reliability of the country’s power grid to feed power to […]
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Digital Footprint

March 14, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Patty Miller, Studio Designer On the Internet, a digital footprint is the word used to describe the trail, traces or “footprint” that people leave online. This is information transmitted online, such as a forum registration, emails and attachments, uploading videos or digital images, and any other form of transmission of information – all of […]
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