Standard Beagle Blog

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The team at Standard Beagle regularly shares deep insights and best practices you can use as your design and create your own products and services. Look to our blog for expertise in UX design, research, and other industry topics.
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Tunes from the Team: Playlist of the Damned

We’re celebrating Torchy’s Tacos this week. One of our favorite taco joints just launched their Torchy’s Family Foundation website and so we put together a playlist that reflects our feelings when we sink our teeth in a delicious taco. Much like the love put into every savory taco, we made sure this playlist was balanced, […]

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Tunes from the Team: Food and Drink

Listen while you work. Each week, we’re sharing a curated Spotify playlist with tunes we recommend, loosely related to the theme of the week. This week, we couldn’t stop thinking about food! One of the few constants in an increasingly inconsistent world is food, whether that’s your favorite soda or your number one taco spot […]

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Why it’s ok to have boundaries

“We jump through hoops for you” was our long standing catchphrase here at Standard Beagle, however looking back over the past 5 years, it’s something that led us all to the brink of burnout. We were so hyper-focused on jumping through hoops, we didn’t ever stop and look at what that sort of reactionary pace […]

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Web Accessibility is No Longer an Option

With the January 15th United States Court Of Appeals For The Ninth Circuit handing down an opinion in Robles v. Dominos Pizza, it’s clear that site owners are going to need to really look at how their websites (and mobile apps) are complying with the American with Disabilities Act.

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My 5 Strategies for Enjoying the Holidays and Minimizing Stress

Do the holidays stress you out? It seems like the countdown to Christmas starts earlier and earlier each year. For my family, we actually start looking ahead to the holidays when my son auditions for a role in The Nutcracker, which takes place in September. And some stores are putting out Christmas merchandise as early […]

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What You Need to Know about Wordpress’ Gutenberg

Page builder to come with WordPress core If you have a WordPress site, it’s likely you’ve heard about a new feature that was released recently as a beta and will be part of the WordPress 5.0 update: Gutenberg. Gutenberg is WordPress’ answer to the demands for page builders. For many years, plugins, like Visual Composer […]

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