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Why Base Themes Make Developer Life Easier

Front End Developers often juggle multiple projects at a time. Starting a new project can be time consuming: Between selecting a framework, creating necessary CSS, JavaScript, and SASS files, it’s a process. Setting aside a few hours now to create a base project theme would both save exponentially more time down the line, as well as keep project consistency. The first step for creating a base theme is deciding if a base framework will be used. Several great ones exist, however using one is not…

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Nonprofit Digital Strategy Summit

Nonprofit Digital Strategy Virtual Summit

The Nonprofit Digital Strategy Virtual Summit was an online summit for nonprofits to learn about and share the latest cutting-edge tools and digital strategies for online campaigns across advocacy, organizing, and fundraising. The Summit was a full day of virtual panels led by the best nonprofit strategists and leaders in the space. Each panel provided plenty of open discussion and dialogue for virtual attendees. We live tweeted the Summit. Check out our discussions at…

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How Facebook's New Policies Impact Nonprofits

Facebook just announced new transparency policies for both FB and Instagram that will impact your nonprofit. It can be tough to keep up with all the changes rolling out this year, so we’ve got you covered. We’ve outlined everything you need to know about their new policies, how they work, and the ways these changes could impact your presence on the ever-looming social networks. What are Facebook’s new privacy policies? Facebook is implementing new features will allow people to see fewer…

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A Guide to Bridging the Gap Between Web Designers and Developers

When developing a website, multiple teams are coming together to deliver a great product. Designers are tackling the visual appearance of the site whereas developers are concerned with functionality. Breaking that down even further: frontend developers work heavily with both designers and backend developers, as they are focused on usability and functionality, and how users experience and interact with the website. Backend developers, on the other hand, focus on content and website architecture…