Monthly Archives: September 2015

Build vs. buy is even harder when you care about accessibility

This week, we signed up for Intercom.io and installed their code on our site. Intercom.io is incredibly inaccessible. Why would we do such a thing? Nobody likes to reinvent the wheel, especially in cases where the system you need isn’t core to your business. Build vs. buy is a decision that every company has to […]

Startup experience: 6 months in

This is a blog post aimed at other start-ups – especially those who, like us, really had no idea what the heck they were doing when they got started. We want to talk about how things have gone in our first 6 months. Along the way, we’ll drop in our own advice. If you’re unfamiliar […]

Tutorial – Using Tenon as a Grunt Task

Sample code for this post is available on Github: grunt-tenon-demo. Brief primer on automated task running Grunt is an automated task runner – that is, a tool that is primarily used to automate repetitious development tasks. A whole pile of big companies use Grunt and there are over 4000 plugins for Grunt. Think about the […]