We Are Click Here Labs

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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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Development Communication

May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Author: David Woods, Back-End Developer For most developers, communication is not one of the first things that comes to mind when they self-assess their skill set. However, communication is a key quality in a good developer. To create an efficient workflow from idea inception to product launch, it is key for everyone to be in […]
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Survival Skills in the Office

April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Author: Alex Sanchez, Business Analyst There are few things that are more desperate and frightening than being lost in the wilderness with few supplies and no way of knowing how long you’ll be lost. This is when you have to rely on survival skills to weather the situation until you can be found. Survival is […]
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Yeah, But What Do You Do?

April 7, 2015 | 1 Comments

Author: Shawn Ewert, Business Analyst It’s invariably the question I get asked every time I tell someone what I do for a living. When I tell people that I am a Business Analyst, in some form or another they always ask the follow-up “What does that mean?” Depending on the person to whom I am […]
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The Death of Internet Explorer

March 30, 2015 | 1 Comments

Author: Chris Kobler, Front-End Developer There was a time when Internet Explorer was synonymous with the word “browser.” In the days before the mobile Internet, the resurgence in popularity of Apple computers and the introduction of WebKit-enabled browsers, there was only one browser that really mattered: Internet Explorer. In fact, in the fourth quarter of […]
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Rebooting Our Brain

March 23, 2015 | 1 Comments

Author: Nancy Hogan, Studio Manager/Designer For those of you who know me, you know that I’m a high-energy, doesn’t-know-how-to-relax person who could use a vacation – even when I’m on vacation! I don’t know how to turn off my brain. My acupuncturist calls it “Monkey Brain.” You know what I’m talking about…waking up at 2:00 […]
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Browser Support? More Like Device Support

March 16, 2015 | 1 Comments

Author: Jason Jeong, Front-End Developer What is the definition of browser support these days? It used to be a straightforward definition – supporting web browsers on a desktop machine. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari come to mind. Lately, however, browser support has become more device support. In addition to supporting all the browsers on […]
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