Our Thinking

Our people are passionate about our craft, always looking for opportunities to learn and ways to improve the way we work. We began formalizing this for our team’s collective benefit via lunch and learn sessions. This internal initiative has resulted in talks from experts in their respective fields which demonstrate our greatest assets: our people’s talent and thinking. While originally intended for our internal use only, we’ve decided to offer a sneak peek into the insights that drive different disciplines at Kula Partners. Below, you’ll find video recordings from select lunch and learn sessions which provide an unobstructed glance into what goes into making high-performing websites and digital marketing programs.

Considerations When Setting Up A New E-Commerce Site

July 5, 2017

Trevor Barbrick, Developer at Kula Partners, discusses in detail the questions our development team must answer when undertaking a new e-commerce project in order to set it up for success. His talk drills down into considerations about the e-commerce platform itself, the products sold, the store’s customers, payment methods, integrations, shipping details, and more.

Try New Shit. Or: Why Experimentation & Exploration Is Essential

May 24, 2017

Luke Desroches, Front End Architect at Kula Partners, delivers a talk on why experimentation and exploration is essential to staying relevant in front end development and design. His presentation draws on examples from his work experience at Kula and includes a plot twist (at 6:46 for those who want a spoiler) as evidence that he practices what he preaches.

A Brief Presentation: From Brief to Presentation

March 29, 2017

Craig Edis, Director of Design, explores the design process we follow at Kula Partners—including the philosophy we employ when we undertake a new design, the dynamic we try to establish with our clients, our approach to assembling a brief, how we present our work, and the outcomes we strive to achieve through design.

Sentry: Moving towards using environmental data more effectively

February 18, 2017

Wade Prue, QA Manager at Kula Partners, discusses Sentry—an open-source error tracking tool that helps developers monitor and fix issues in real time—and how we use it to quickly find and fix problems on development and live production sites. Introducing Sentry to Kula’s development process has enabled us to test and deploy new sites (and updates to existing sites) with greater confidence.

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