We Are Click Here Labs

Things just Click Here.



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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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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Just My Type

June 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

Author: Katherine Fajen, Project Manager I am a lover of many things, but I am particularly a lover of beautiful type. I always have been. Typography conveys so much more than words to the viewer. It is one of the most important parts of a design for both print and digital work. In the past, […]
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Beacons: Part 1 – Technology

June 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Brian Edgin, User Experience Architect Just over a year ago, Apple introduced iOS7 and, for those who paid very close attention, iBeacons. It wasn’t mentioned at all in the keynote, but only appeared inconspicuously on a single slide shown that day. To be clear, “iBeacons” is Apple’s own name for the technology, and, as […]
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Virtual Reality vs. Augmented Reality

May 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Eric Anderson, Project Manager Technology is growing and improving at an exponential speed. Consumers are presented with so many different and new forms of technology. A couple of these items are virtual reality and augmented reality. Does the average consumer really know the difference between virtual and augmented reality, though? Virtual reality (VR) totally immerses […]
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Good Performance Is Good Design

May 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Susan Berry, Front-End Developer It’s no secret that in recent years smartphone and tablet use has grown exponentially, and on many websites mobile is overtaking desktop traffic. The “mobile first” philosophy is finally becoming more commonplace as many websites embrace responsive design. Designers and user experience (UX) team members have become focused on rethinking […]
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Not Your Daddy’s Parallax

March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Shawn Ewert, Business Analyst Anyone who has spent any time browsing the Web in the past couple of years has seen someone making an attempt at parallax design. Parallax design involves the background moving at a different rate than the foreground, creating a 3-D effect as you scroll down the page. Some sites are […]
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March 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Brooke Dudgeon, Designer I moved into a new place two months ago and, soon after, purchased a shower curtain. Riveting, I know. I’d like to share what that little piece of Swedish perfection has revealed to me and how it relates to my recent transition from traditional print to web design. One magical day, […]
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The Future Is Here: 3-D Printing Brand Experiences

February 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Author: Wanda Lipscomb, User Experience Architect This past week, New York City staged a runway fashion show entirely of 3-D-printed high-fashion wearable technology. The incredible technology of 3-D printing is being used everywhere to create ready-to-wear fashion, useful household items, tools, toys and games. Medical professionals are using 3-D printing to create customized hearing aids […]
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