The Truth Behind 'The Dress' That Made Headlines

A few weeks ago, many of us woke to a media firestorm surrounding the question, ‘What color is that dress, gold and white or blue and black’? While many shrugged and said, ‘who really cares’, there were those of us who thought of it as a fun and interesting discussion to follow, especially those of us who find the topic of color perception to be fascinating. While in this instance it seems that the dress patterning and differences in lighting may have both played roles in the variant dress color, we should also consider color perception. The simple fact that much of how we experience color is subjective, that is to say, that color resides within the realm of human sensation.

As it turns out, two things are certain; first, color vision is a complex topic and second, it is one that most of us don’t really think much about. Yes, we might delight in an especially lovely color or proclaim to others that of which is our favorite color but we rarely, if ever, wonder or question how it is that we ‘see’ color.

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2014 KLI Year in Review

January, 20 2015 | News, Social Media, Humor, Limelight

Last year was an amazing year for Key Lime Interactive. Our beloved CEO, Ania Rodriguez, was named South Florida Business Journal's 40 Under 40, we expanded our team and attended some really great conferences and networking events. We're proud of the work we did for our imaginative clients and look forward to doing more of the same in 2015. Thanks for being part of our 2014.

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Facts About Mobile Phones

Lets face it. We live in a society where the majority of people are glued to their mobile devices. Whether it’s texting a friend, finding an online recipe for dinner, or taking a selfie...everyone, at one point or another, is guilty of being attached to their smartphone.

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Political Candidates Are Now Supplementing Their ‘Get Out & Vote’ Efforts With Mobile Apps

A few years ago Apple taught us that “there's an app for that.” As apps have grown more and more pervasive in our society, we’ve learned a lot about them here at KLI. We've discovered that while people like the convenience of apps, there is a limit to how many they will keep or use. Now that a mobile site can be comparable (if not better) in scope and abilities, it’s much tougher to convince a user to download an app. Just like traditional B2C arrangements, political candidates have one goal in mind with their marketing/PR efforts: drive engagement and ultimately win top of mind placement with their constituents.

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"Personas" from Around the World | UX Fellows Style

To set the stage for a recent webinar on behavioral personas, Key Lime Interactive called upon our colleagues at UX Fellows to share some stereotypical “personas” for each of their respective nations. The results were pretty creative and quite humorous!
Here's what they had to say....

The UX Fellows is a global network for quality research. It is a circle of specialized user experience research agencies around the world that is dedicated to providing professional international user experience and usability testing.

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