At Made, we’re always looking for ways to improve the quality of our code, and anything that can help us do that while also encouraging us to solve problems as a team is something we want to spend time trying out.
As part of our ongoing relationship with VGL, the team behind Surface View, we recently rolled out an update that features refreshed designs for key areas of their site, responsive email templates, and a host of SEO-friendly enhancements.
We’re pleased to have launched the first phase of the OnAPI which exposes all of On’s product information as a RESTful JSON API.
Last week we launched a homepage refresh for On Running, featuring an all-new design and new content management ability.
We’re excited to have launched the all new Ryvita Shop earlier this week.
Everyone in the Made office seems to prefer Unix based systems. Why is that? Sure everyone likes Apple products, they are considered stable, relatively speaking, but I don’t think that everybody appreciates where most of that stability comes from.
To kick off the year we’ve launched the mobile optimised Viaduct eCommerce store.
Last week we launched a new version of the Byron website that incorporates a responsive layout, and a completely overhauled locations page that lets visitors easily find their nearest restaurants.
When we design software with maintainability in mind, one obvious goal is to keep the unnecessary lines of code to a bare minimum. The less you need to see/read that is not vital to your understanding of the domain model, the better.
Following the successful launch of a new Surface View homepage earlier in the year, we’ve started to rollout the updated look and feel to other areas of the site, including new product listings pages, SEO landing pages and MySV overlays.