Building a Team – Part 1.
by: Tyrannosauruas Tech
Becoming a great team isn’t possible. Building a great team is. Just like you can’t throw a handful of seeds into a garden and hope they grow into a cohesive collection of flora… Just like you can’t throw a bunch of random disjointed recipes together and hope to open a successful restaurant… Just like you […]Read More
November is Team Building Month
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
Every company is a team. Within that large team are groupings of smaller teams. And there may be even more granular groupings. This month we are focusing on the ways to build a better team. From finding the right people to ensuring they’ll fit in once you do find them, this November we’re exploring the […]Read More
User Experience Month Rewind
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
It’s Halloween. The veil between the world of the living and that of the dead is at it’s thinnest, or something and the Holiday Season™ begins tomorrow. Before everything gets too crazy, we decided to  settle in to a relaxing look back at our month of User Experience. We began by getting a lesson on […]Read More
EmergiProtect App Tackles Dangerous Lack of Fast, Accurate Food Safety Information Available to Restaurants
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
If you were out to dinner with your family and a fellow patron complained of getting sick from their meal, you’d trust restaurant management to know exactly what to do to prevent others from becoming ill, right? Wrong say the folks at Public Health Innovations. According to their research, most food retailers are woefully unprepared […]Read More
The Dark Side of UX
by: Jamie Smith
As much as examples of how to do something well, examples of how not to do things are just as valuable. Something about learning from your mistakes or not repeating history or something… These UX gaffes are generally to be avoided.  {Insert Photo Here} Stock photos are the actual worst. Unless you are using them for any other […]Read More
The Power of Prototyping
by: Matt Trice
I have been a professional designer for about the past fifteen years, focusing on designing for the web and print. I have worked at various Atlanta based design agencies throughout the 2000’s. Around the early 2010’s I moved on to a lead design position at an Atlanta based Financial Technology firm. Recently I was tasked […]Read More
5 Introductory Videos on Design
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
UX means a lot of things to a lot of people. UX is design. It’s that simple. The best way to understand concepts regarding design requires seeing examples in the real world and learning to develop a sense (at least an awareness) of design thinking. Written words can only do so much in describing something […]Read More
Every Startup Should Start with UX
by: Will Shandling
By Will Shandling, Co-Founder and Program Director at DESIGNATION If you are launching a startup and not practicing UX, you are at best leaving money on the table, and at worst sabotaging your business before it even had a chance to begin. What is UX? At it’s core, it’s a methodology that helps you figure […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech Brings You the Content
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
Starting on October 3rd, 2017, we’ll start delivering more content. Sure, you’re saying to yourself, we’re just doing this to help our SEO. And you’re right. Thankfully, an SEO boost is only a side-effect of why we decided to up our content game. One of our goals as an app development agency is to bring […]Read More
Lessons on an Internship Well Lived
by: Maximillian Naza
The day: September 22. The time: 5:00 PM. As I stand up and get ready to leave the office, it’s hard to imagine that today is my last day interning as a Software Engineer Intern with Tyrannosaurus Tech. It’s been a wonderful 4 months and I am truly thankful for the experience. Starting out I […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech Ranked One of Atlanta’s Top Development Agencies
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
At Tyrannosaurus Tech, we pride ourselves on being top designers and developers in Atlanta. Working closely with our clients, we’re a team of experienced and innovative developers who are ready to take on complex projects. This is why we are excited to announce that we have recently been featured as both a Top Atlanta Mobile […]Read More
Scala is More than a Buzzword for New Tyrannosaurus Tech Hire Robert Fogarty
by: Robert Fogarty
Hello. My name is Robert Fogarty, and I’ve been here in Atlanta, Georgia since graduating from UGA way back in the winter of 2012. Since then, I’ve worked with a number of different companies on a number of different projects, using a reasonably broad set of technologies. Like so many, I originally started off my […]Read More
RSpec3: Back in the Mega Saddle
by: Rex Petersen
Coming from the harrowing halls of Java EE, I was at first reticent to truly fall in love with Ruby on Rails and its associated technologies. Easy deployment? Testing Suites baked into the frameworks rather than grafted on a later date? Scalability at a moment’s notice? This shall be the start of feckless ruin! At […]Read More
Joshua Hunt joins Tyrannosaurus Tech as Intern, Declines Opportunity as Jurassic Park Geneticist
by: Joshua Hunt
It honestly didn’t matter what the company did. It was dinosaur themed. That was all that was necessary to make me want to work there. Maybe it was a genetics laboratory, with a mission to create dinosaurs from chicken DNA. Or maybe it was a software development company. The possibilities were boundless, but I had […]Read More
Maximillian Naza, Singularly Great Intern, Joins Tyrannosaurus Tech Team
by: Maximillian Naza
Hello. It is I. The great; the one and only Maximillian. On a more serious note, my name is Maximillian Naza, and I am currently a Computer Science major at Georgia State University. Growing up, I always loved messing around with computers and figured it would be nice if I could make a career out […]Read More
Rex Petersen Unironically Hired as Junior Developer at Tyrannosaurus Tech
by: Rex Petersen
Rex Petersen here. I’m a recent graduate in Computer Science from Georgia State University and am excited to have joined the Tyrannosaurus Tech team. In addition to being a software developer, I now serve as the resident office goth at TTech. I like software, coffee, and hardcore punk rock, and not necessarily in that order. […]Read More
Ferocious Front-End Dev, Jamie Smith, Joins Tyrannosaurus Tech
by: T. Rex
It started with a tornado. Or at least that’s the most fun way to tell people why I moved to Atlanta from Chicago in November of 2016. But that’s a story for a different time. I can honestly say that Tyrannosaurus Tech is the company I’ve been looking for since I began my career in […]Read More
Confessions of an ATL Startup in Silicon Valley: Cooleaf challenges local founders to swing for the fences
by: Stefanie Jewett
        If 2016 was any indication of what the New Year has in store for Cooleaf, we know it’s going to be monumental. The Atlanta-based startup closed a $500,000 funding round, was one of nine winners who beat out nearly 200 other startups at the Citi Smarter Worklife Challenge and was accepted into prestigious Silicon […]Read More
Stefanie Jewett roars as Tyrannosaurus Tech’s new Marketing Coordinator
by: Stefanie Jewett
Joining Tyrannosaurus Tech is one of those rare full circle moments you get in life. After all, it was at co-founder Richards Simms’ previous company, Tech Talent South, that I began my own foray into the world of tech. And now here I am, nearly two years later, grateful to be a part of his […]Read More
How To Get Started With Your Startup
by: Richard Simms
“Hey, I’ve got this killer idea…promise not to tell anyone? Wouldn’t it be cool if there was an app that did this? Or a website that did that?” Sound familiar? Whether it was your big idea or a friend letting you in on how they were going to make their millions, we’ve all been there. […]Read More

Stay Connected

See what we're up to by subscribing to our newsletter