There is no denying that Git is a power tool. Power tools command discipline and mastery to be used effectively.
At Made we are always on the lookout for technologies and practices that enable us to deliver better code. Practices that can speed up page loads, help us write better tests, or in this case, offer up SEO improvements.
During my transition from fledgling independent developer to fully functioning member of the team at Made a few years ago, it quickly became apparent that the code I was writing needed a lot of improvement in terms of how legible it was to others.
As part of our ongoing relationship with Surface View, ahead of the Grand Designs Live event last week we designed and built a completely revamped homepage.
Having spent our first four years based in Shoreditch, the past three in the heart of Hoxton Square; we sadly outgrew space at our previous digs and have made the giant leap across the river to Bankside.
We’re currently working on a project for Global Stories which requires a fairly complex map interface. We’ve been looking into alternates to Google Maps, as we’d like to find something which gives us a bit more control over the look and feel and the interaction within the map.
We’re sad to say that we’ve expanded beyond the available space in our current Ryvington Street office, forcing us just round the corner in to Hoxton Square.