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8 Signs It’s Time To Update Your Website

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We were thrilled to launch our brand-new website in July after weeks of planning and hard work. But before we could put this shiny, new eye candy in front of you, we had to accept the hard truth: our website needed an update.  There’s no shame in needing an update—website design, best practices, and UX … Continued

What I Learned About Design Systems at Clarity 2019

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I’ll be honest—I expected to come home from this conference and write up a tidy blog post recapping the various speakers with a few bullet points each, maybe posting some neat CSS snippets, my iPad sketch notes, or linking to some resources. This conference ended up being so much more than just the intersection of … Continued

Building We Write Code’s New Website

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We launched a new website! If you’re reading this, you (and we) have made it! Over the last six weeks, we have been working on design, content, photography, and development on our new shiny, public site. We landed on using WordPress for its fantastic CMS capabilities, but felt it was important to develop a custom … Continued

Whiteboarding Benefits

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We love cool, eclectic stuff. However, surprisingly the one thing many visitors to the We Write Code office comment on isn’t our AWS DeepRacer (though super cool) or our fish-bowl of Up/Down tokens (yep, also super cool), but the ridiculous number of whiteboards we have. Though maybe something more associated with elementary school classrooms, whiteboards … Continued

5 Signs Your Website is Hurting Your Rep

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We’ve all seen the obvious signs of an outdated website — annoying repetitive backgrounds, animated gifs everywhere, loads of text, and going way back to the early days of the internet, the infamous hit counter. But what are some less obvious signs that your website is outdated? 1. Your Website Is Not Responsive. Nowadays, people … Continued

3 Ways to Prototype Your Idea

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Have you ever heard the words “Prototype” or “Wireframe” before and found yourself scratching your head? You’re not the only one. Whether you work for a large company and have some thoughts on how to improve an existing process, or you’ve been working on an idea and have gone through 3 of the 4 things … Continued