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Deploying WordPress Applications with Envoyer

Occasionally I feel nostalgic about some of the “old” things from my early days in Web Development—like building websites on Yahoo! Geocities or customizing MySpace profiles via HTML and CSS. One thing that I’ll never feel nostalgic about is deploying website changes via FTP or SFTP. No way do I miss keeping track of which…
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Introducing Megan Chandler, Designer and Digital Strategist

It’s 2019 and a bumper crop world out there. Memes, streams, apps, eggs, hauls. Have you tried buying yogurt lately? Choosing a font? How many tabs are open on your browser right now? It’s all so much. And just like Keto recipes, true-crime podcasts, and articles on hygge, there’s no shortage of millennials named Megan.…
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Tom Tom is Here and So Are We!

April 9th has finally arrived and the Tom Tom Founders Festival is in full swing. From now until April 15th, Charlottesville, Virginia will be celebrating Thomas Jefferson’s birth week with an outpouring of music, art, workshops, and summits. Downtown Cville will be a hub for artists, innovators, and visionaries all week-long and we are so…
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Styled Semantic Headings with CSS Utility Classes

A couple of years ago we decided to try a different approach to applying heading styles in our projects at Storyware. We stopped styling heading elements directly and started defining CSS utility classes for each stylistic need; much like you would see in an Atomic CSS workflow. Many novice developers tend to use heading elements…
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Slack and Asana- So Easy an Intern Can Do It!

Nobody likes the unknown, especially in a professional setting. When I first started my internship with Storyware, I was introduced to numerous digital tools all at once, none of which I had experience with. Initially, I thought I would never figure out how to properly use Slack and Asana — two of Storyware’s most utilized tools.  However,…
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