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March 19, 2020
Right now there is a business in your town that needs you, a small mom and pop shop that is going to go under due to the current Coronavirus pandemic. You have the experience, talent and skills to bring that business to safety. This is your Dunkirk moment.
February 13, 2020
A boring car is a great car. An invisible butler is a great butler. In the right setting, one of the best things to be is inconspicuous, unassuming, undemanding. In this podcast episode we hear part 2 of Scott Hutcheson where we talk about how difficult it is to create something so reliable that it feels invisible.
January 31, 2020
Your web developer is your primary care physician. If they can’t hold up their end of a conversation, the relationship may be on it’s way out.
January 17, 2020
The producer of a reality tv show has one main job. That job is to create the right conditions for chaos. Your job as a website producer is the opposite; exactly and diametrically the opposite. Your job is to create boring.
November 27, 2019
We suck at marketing.
November 16, 2019
At Solspace we spend most of our time serving our clients and their Craft CMS site development and maintenance needs. But another important part of Solspace is the product side. This past week our flagship product, Freeform for Craft, took the number one spot in the rankings of Craft form plugins.
November 8, 2019
Reliable customer flow - in, through and out - of a website is the holy grail of web development. We heard a story from one of our customers about a flow problem that we thought you should hear too.
October 31, 2019
Remember the rush of the launch? Yeah the adrenaline and excitement are great. Too bad that keeping the thing you launched alive and relevant is so boring - unless boring is exactly what you should want.
October 24, 2019
Deep down our clients need us to deliver and maintain a reliable website. We can’t do this until we ourselves have become reliable.
October 17, 2019
Web development agencies are the worst. We don’t know how to build reliable websites. And we don’t know it’s the most important thing to our clients. But here’s how we can fix it.