Experimenting in physical spaces is something we’ve always explored. It’s been our event strategy to meet, entertain and sometimes challenge event goers at our favorite conferences.
Continuing the discussion from the first installment of Friendly WordPress Development, from contributing blogger, Lucy Beer.
We can make predictions of how many millions of dollars will be spent, or how many teraFLOPs of traffic will be consumed online this holiday season, but let’s just all agree, it’s going to be A LOT.
As a community-involved organization, we’ve supported incubators, educational platforms and events geared toward doing design and business better.
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At (mt), we work with a LOT of creatives, developers and business owners. In fact, more than 60% of our client base self-identifies as a designer/developer, and roughly the same percentage are small business owners.
How many times have you seen a “10 best design blogs” article or something similar?
You may have recently noticed that the Grid is faster, we just turned 15 (and gave away a ton of special edition shirts), and things have just been awesome in general around here.
What’s the most important thing to WordPress users next to security? PERFORMANCE!
I invite you to give thought to some ideas I am going to share about the implied, unspoken, unwritten, and (in some ways) unconscious contract that exists between a customer and a support organization.
Last week’s SXSW V2V conference in Las Vegas was a great experience for the (mt) team.