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Why You Should Use Sass for Modular CSS

Organization is extremely important in Web Development. When starting a new project always take some time to plan out file structure. Doing this at the start of the project will save you and your team a lot of time and frustration. Organizing CSS can be difficult because splitting up files… Read More

How I Learned to Love WordPress

I’ve been using WordPress for over five years now but I’m really just starting to enjoy working with it. Mostly it’s been a love/hate relationship. I never really embraced it and pretty much used it reluctantly because I had no choice. Lately I’m taking a different attitude toward my WordPress… Read More

Website Pre-Deployment Checklist

Before launching any website it is important to ensure quality and functionality. No one wants to launch a site for a client only to get swamped with angry calls and emails because the site isn’t working. This is a checklist that we use to prevent this nightmare. Content and Style… Read More

Why Infinite Scrolling Needs to Die

One of the most overused and poorly implemented UX trends of the past few years is Infinite Scrolling. Infinite Scrolling sounds like a useful UX feature. When a user scrolls to the bottom of the page more content is automatically loaded. No more clicking from page to page to see… Read More