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ThoughtLab

ThoughtLab isn’t just a multiple award winning internet strategy, branding, and custom web design firm. We are one of Utah's top web design companies helping organizations establish killer brands, top SEO rankings, results-oriented websites and seriously complex custom web applications and mobile apps. We’re an expression of creativity, an artistic atom-bomb, a lone cowboy traveling across a dusty landscape out to bring explosive graphic design to a poor mining town being harassed by outlaws. We exist to give your business what you want most – Arc of the Covenant style face melting results. ThoughtLab is like when the world has ended, but Kevin Costner still delivers your mail.

ThoughtLab offers an in-house, professional team of designers, developers and SEO experts based in Salt Lake City, Utah—but we work with selective clients across the United States, the lost city of Atlantis, and the mole people who live deep beneath the Earth’s crust—plotting their revenge on the surface folk.

If you demand thoughtful insight and accountability in an agency—look no further. If you are serious about getting results online, we are the right place to get you there. Contact us today to receive a free quote and find out how ThoughtLab can help take your branding, custom web design, apps and SEO to the next level.

ThoughtLab News

Farhad Manjoo Live Tweets Apple’s 2014 Keynote an...

By Lizzy Foxley A lot of awesome things were revealed at Apple’s 2014 keynote. We were all pretty excited for the the rumors to be put to rest about the new iPhone 6. Some of us live streamed parts of …
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The Many Hats We Wear at ThoughtLab

By Lizzy Foxley Two years ago, I met the Managing Director of ThoughtLab. I asked him what it was like to work there and what his role as managing director consisted of. He laughed and said, “I wear many hats.” …
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How Hyperbolic Linkbait is Destroying the Interne

Traditional print journalism has been on the decline for years as growing pains caused by the internet revolution have forced them to adapt. But the real loser in this merger of print and online content isn’t the old investigative journalists …
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