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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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What is https and why do we need it?

With web security growing more important, it makes sense to start taking those extra precautions to protect your site and your users. Now that Google has started to flag insecure sites, it’s time to future proof your business and make the switch to HTTPS.

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Why We Went Content First

Once you start designing websites content first you are left wondering what took you so long, and how you ever got by building websites any other way. There’s no question that this is how we’ve felt at Storyware since we moved content to the center of our design and development process. Our top five reasons we went content first.

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It's Tom Tom Week!

The Tom Tom Founders Festival is a weeklong celebration this April 10-16 that empowers artists, entrepreneurs and civic leaders who shape communities across the nation.

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Storytelling at SXSW 2017

SXSW Interactive is an overwhelming mashup of content, creativity and pure chaos. At an event with seventeen separate tracks, and thousands of sessions and speakers, just setting your schedule can you take you the better part of the day. But this year, no matter what track you’d chosen, or which session you found yourself in, you were almost sure to hear the word “storytelling” – not always marketing, not branding, not even web design or UX – storytelling.

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SmashingConf Barcelona 2016: The End is Near

Will holograms or some kind of 3D interface disrupt our screen-driven world? Will iOS and Android soon become relics of another time similar to Sega and Atari? We’ll have to wait and see… But I do know that pretty soon we’ll be moving away from this and as a creator of things on the web, I cannot be more excited.

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Writing Maintainable Media Queries in SCSS

Media queries are pretty great, enabling a single website to put its best foot forward no matter what size device the content is viewed on. Without media queries, Front End developers would likely still be relegated to serving up two separate websites for one entity: one for small, mobile devices, and one for larger desktop…
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Implementing Custom Post Types and Custom Fields with Hubspot

We recently worked with a client to create a Related Products Widget on their Hubspot blog. The requirements called for a dynamic display of products that would be managed in one place, and for each product listing to have an image, url, title, short description, and price. As Hubspot is meant to be a blogging…
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