Your website isn’t a filing cabinet — it’s a tool to help specific people accomplish specific tasks. Here’s a helpful decision tree for knowing when to add new content to your site, and when to help stakeholders understand there’s a more useful place for it.
We willingly join the global call for justice and commit to measuring what matters.
Content changes are cheap, Grubhub sucks, and I’m hungry, so let’s figure this out together.
When hardware and software are “talking” to each other, that conversation introduces a lot of complexity. We uncover true insights about your users to guide us.
And how it helps designers make the leap between initial vision and final product.
Websites won’t last forever, but regular maintenance will keep yours healthy and useful as long as you need it.
Making an international site is hard, but Symfony made it easier.
A peek into Pixo’s design-discourse channel, where we get inspired and glimpse the future of software.
Turn anyone into a visual communicator in three minutes or less.
How we replaced our print holiday card with a website, 1,400 LED lights, and support for an invaluable community resource
Symfony moved into version 4 last November. One of the best patterns embraced by the newest major version of this venerable framework is Autowiring — basically a term for Dependency Injection that uses PHP type-hinting.
My mission to create color palettes that are appealing AND accessible.