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I hate running. Hate it. I’m not quite sure why I signed up for four running races between April and November this year. I get the rationale behind each of those decisions, but I just don’t completely comprehend why anyone would put themselves through such a long, torturous training regiment for a short adrenaline rush that comes with a race.
Cheerful, considerate, and fiercely loyal, that's Juan. He'll jokingly refer to himself as a dictator—the product of his being the creator of an entire world—but the reality is pretty close to the opposite. If anything, it's a tyranny of benevolence, even as his role here has evolved from project manager to Client Services Director, and now a Partner at EchoDitto.
Preprocessor is a dirty word. There, I said it. We all secretly love our abstractions of abstractions, but when it comes down to it, the real question is, which one are you going to use? CoffeeScript? TypeScript? Dart?
Reaching back into my bag of regular recommendations, we have this excellent cheat sheet by LunaMetrics. Eventually these will change (Facebook is slowing starting to change their Page layout, as is Twitter), but until then, this is your one stop shop for using images on social media.
Last week we launched the redesigned website for Bellwether Education Partners, a “national nonprofit that's dedicated to helping education organizations... become more effective in their work and achieve dramatic results for students.”
With the help of design-firm Teal Media, EchoDitto replaced Bellwether’s outdated site with a modern design that features high-impact photographs of real students and teachers. While the new look-and-feel of the site is a big improvement, it’s not the most important part of the redesign. The most important goal for the website redesign was to help clients understand better what they do and how they do it.