I realised why I loved Vivid so much when Destination NSW stated that they benchmark themselves against SXSW as a major festival. And Austin ain’t got no lights! Vivid Sydney was recently rated as one of the top 10 ideas … Continue reading →
Here at the Boomworks HQ we have a cute little lab for usability testing sessions. The space is customised to support high-fidelity prototyping of desktop sites, audio-visual recording and streaming so that off-site clients can experience the sessions in real-time … Continue reading →
While on holiday I actually learnt some things. My wife and I recently went on a holiday through Europe, with a short stop in Korea on the way home. What I got from this holiday was more than a collection … Continue reading →
Hands up if you have worked in one of those offices where you are freezing in summer and boiling in winter? Many and various of us at Boomworks certainly have, so during our office fit-out when the conversation turned to air-conditioning … Continue reading →
Being a TED Event virgin, I was excited to be off to my first TED event last weekend. I knew I would get to see some great talks from some smart and switched on people but one of the surprises … Continue reading →
8 years ago, a dude from Dubbo (Fred) and a lad from Radelaide (Grant) started Boomworks from a little loft at Grant’s place. We now have almost 30 employees working in our converted warehouse in Camperdown – so we thought … Continue reading →
We’ve been working on an interaction problem that highlights the way people digest a page and how easy it is to render interactive elements magically invisible. There’s two key factors attributing to the magic invisible element; the visual design focuses … Continue reading →
We’re a busy bunch of folk here at Boomworks HQ and it’s tough to find time between projects to show a little love and share our experiences; but we’re trying. So welcome to the brand new Boomworks web log.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Boomworks name you can find out more on our website (www.boomworks.com.au) or read the About Boomworks section of this blog. We have some initial posts planned and beyond that we’ll try and remain regular.