Our core services include all aspects of the creative process, while also offering a tight-knit group of technology partners that build superior web and mobile apps, software interface and dashboard design, e-commerce platforms, and a full spectrum of digital products.

What this means for our clients is there’s rarely a need to use any additional third party. We encourage potential clients to compare our work with our competitors and thoroughly research our entire process with what other agencies offer.

The Fuselab Creative process includes custom elements of strategic planning, creative development based on extensive experimentation and a rock-solid technology production…


FUSELAB CREATIVE HAS CREATED AN AGENCY-WIDE FOCUS ON PERFECTING THE USER EXPERIENCE ON BEHALF OF THEIR CLIENTS.

User experience (UX) is as much about emotion as it is about great design, functionality, or ease-of-use. FuseLab understands the implications of emotion-driven decision making when it comes to engaging viewers online. …


We often get asked during initial client meetings, “What is UI/UX design?” We usually respond by saying, “How long do you have?” The truth is, every individual design element, including the words on the page play a role in the user experience. Whereas, the user interface is solely focused on the actual structure and functionality of the site, such as how the buttons perform, or how you navigate between pages; the UX is about the lasting impression or experiences the user walks away with and how this impacts their future interactions with a company or service.

The expectation of most…


FUSELAB CREATIVE HAS CREATED AN AGENCY-WIDE FOCUS ON PERFECTING THE USER EXPERIENCE ON BEHALF OF THEIR CLIENTS.

User experience (UX) is as much about emotion as it is about great design, functionality, or ease-of-use. FuseLab understands the implications of emotion-driven decision making when it comes to engaging viewers online. …


Role of Graphic Designers

Before emphasizing the important role graphic design plays in delivering powerful messages in the healthcare industry, let us make an analogy with something else that also impacts our lives every day — public policy.

Such an analogy might seem strange at first, but we strongly believe there are striking similarities and the success of both, public policy and graphic design, rest not only on the power of the message or the idea they try to convey but also in a flawless execution and implementation.

Simply defined — public policy is what the government chooses to do in a specific area, and if its actions are based on great ideas backed up by a powerful message — the expected are result is a great public policy; a policy that will produce the desired outcome. Unfortunately…


Regardless of what you do or where you do it, the ability to do interesting things with your data is more important than ever.

In a world enveloped by information, defining and mastering your key performance indicators (KPIs) is critical if you want to stay on the right side of the new digital divide.

By definition, KPIs are the key metrics that help to define the current state of your organization. In order to meet your future goals and keep your stakeholders happy, you need an accurate way to measure performance based on the data at hand.

KPIs are largely…


UI Inspiration Design

But, often, we’re not “blocked” because we haven’t been working — we may be feeling uninspired because we’ve been doing the exact opposite: working hard. We feel like we’ve exhausted our “storehouse” of brilliant ideas.

Nothing sparks us anymore, and we can’t seem to get back into the flow — that sweet spot where great design and ideas seem to flow from our fingertips to our tablets, down to our wireframes — it’s all but elusive.

Repetition, especially when you’re just getting started, is a useful tool that can help you be productive, focused and present with your work. Repetition…


Old-school print and television advertisers have always wrestled with the problem of connecting with their audience in a profound way. Their solution? Introduce suggestive, mildly titillating content in ads.

But there’s some new game in town, a kind of currency that is designed specifically for the digital sphere, evoking an even more instinctual and fundamental response than suggestive content ever could.

These are emotional experiences and connections. For better or for worse, smartphones and social networks govern our interactions, and connect us remotely while keeping us physically apart. …


More than that, you need an analytical dashboard. Although many people think that getting some kind of chart or graph that can be manipulated by filtering data is an analytics dashboard design inspiration, this is actually only of countless options when it comes to effective dashboard design for analytics.

A dashboard allows you to access your analytics by presenting them within a group or package of information types that makes intuitive use of filters, custom comparison features, and other unique functionality.

In short, the dashboard translates hoards of data into digestible observations you can then use to achieve many goals:

Marc Caposino

Marc is CEO & Marketing Director of FuseLab Creative, a Data Visualization, Website and Application Design, and Digital Marketing agency.

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