17 May 2013Ben and Andrew were on RRR this week, talking about Melbourne Geek Night.
12 Apr 2013Great piece from the Oatmeal. We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
25 Feb 2013Tonight I signed up for a new calendar app called Sunrise. I'll tell you about it in the morning.
03 Feb 2013We've always said that this web and user experience design lark is more than a job to us here at Thirst Studios, and while that might just sound like a load of marketing rhubarb, I can assure you it's absolutely true. Outside of our client work, we're all always reading and sharing industry articles, and regularly attend industry conferences, meet-ups and events.
03 Dec 2012This week we've launched UXmas.com - a digital advent calendar for user experience designers.
22 Nov 2012Another week, another Thirst Quenchers. Issue 23.
12 Sep 2012We've been meaning to start publishing our weekly Thirst Quenchers here on the blog. So here we go with issue #13.
30 Aug 2012We’ve released Thirst EE Intro, an Expression Engine plugin to add FAQ and documentation into the control panel.
06 Aug 2012I recently stumbled upon a series of posts spanning over the last 4 years by David Friedman, a photographer from New York City in which he portrays inventors from all sorts of fields and varying backgrounds. The one thing that unites them, however, is their passion and commitment to solve a problem creatively regardless of the obstacles in their way.
22 Jul 2012We've recently launched "Thirst Quenchers", a weekly email that we're compiling, with our favourite links on all things Web, Technology, UX, UI & Design. And then some.
17 Jul 2012When it comes to preprocessors, the web community seems to be a bit divided. Some people love them, some hate them. Here at Thirst, we’ve forgotten what plain CSS looks like! (I kid of course). Preprocessors, however, are not for everyone and not for every team. We’ve made them work for us and agreed on a workflow that minimises friction as much as possible.
03 Jul 2012Our studio director Kerry recently published a post on her blog which sheds some light on how to select the most appropriate project management tool and which tools stacked up against the requirements of a small-medium studio like Thirst Studios.