Teehan+Lax has supported Toronto Mini Maker Faire from day one, and they need no introduction, really. There’s been so much buzz surrounding them, what with their elegant, clean design for Medium.com, or the mind-blowing award-winning Hyperlapse. Teehan+Lax documents these successes on their site, but have you ever wondered how they learn? What makes their pixels on screen so extremely loveable?
Enter Teehan+Lax Labs
Teehan+Lax is constantly playing with hardware, lots of it for their own knowledge. For a company that typically is hired to put pixels on a screen and bring physical and digital worlds together, they put a lot of energy and resources into making stuff.
“Maker movement has been a catalyst for how we think about design.” – Jon Lax
Teehan+Lax Labs is a space for projects and ideas that is, in a way, designed for active failure. You can see prototypes and half-done things on the awesome Google+ page for the Labs. That’s where you can see Teehan+Lax learning process. They’re always trying to make something cool. We’re so happy to have Teehan+Lax as sponsors for Toronto Mini Maker Faire.