Discussion and opinion on design, development, business and culture in a digital world.
By Tim Sloan in Culture on Aug. 19, 2016
We are looking for a Web Developer ready to work with Django, who is excited to tackle new and interesting projects and either enjoys writing Python or is willing to learn (or as we like to think of it, convert). As a member of the Lift team, you’ll be involved in every aspect of development, from concept, to prototyping, architecting, to launching.
By Chris Provins on Aug. 12, 2016
You’re a self motivated designer who understands that creativity isn’t given, it’s earned. We’re looking for the right fit, someone who’s got the talent - sans ego.
By Micah Slavens on Aug. 11, 2016
Congratulations–you’ve started a new venture! You’re embarking on an exciting and rewarding journey filled with twists and turns. You’ve got something great to offer and there’s a market waiting for you… what now?
By Laura Salter on July 26, 2016
It seems like a no-brainer to put your mission and values and corporate vision on your website. But does anyone actually care?
By Thorren Koopmans on May 10, 2016
Web application development isn’t all cut and dry. There are many different solution providers out there and it can be hard to sort through them all. Here are several key distinctions that you can look to when making your decision.
By Lindsay Sklyar on Dec. 24, 2015
Wishing you and yours the happiest of holidays and a very happy new year.
By Scott Barkman on Dec. 1, 2015
Microsoft has just announced that it will be ending support for Internet Explorer versions below 11. The most important impact of this is that they will no longer release security updates for these versions.
By Scott Barkman on Nov. 26, 2015
We get it; launch can be a stressful time in the life span of a web project. However, it’s important to know what launch really means in the overall scheme of a website.
By Thorren Koopmans on Nov. 23, 2015
The things we do online are often seamless and easy, leading us to take for granted the amount of work that has gone into making them that way. We see something that looks effortless and assume that it is therefore easy.
By Chris Provins on Nov. 12, 2015
Building a strong foundation to connect with your audience.