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The main news recently has been that we finally got the new Offroadcode site launched and we're thrilled at the feedback and kind words. If you've not already had a look around - please do and let us know what you think.
A new project win
In other news we're looking forward to working on our latest project win - a new design and Umbraco build for Selby Educational Trust working with our good friends at 7Nine.
It's great to see organisations in the education sector continuing to place increased value on good design and content structure to help students, parents and other site visitors find relevant information quickly and easily in what is sometimes a very broad area.
Team Offroadcode in the USA!
It's been pretty quiet in the office as Pete has been away speaking at the annual uWestFest in San Diego. Word is his talk went down well as he stopped getting a suntan just long enough to finish his slides ..
We'll no doubt be posting a lot more about the conference in due course.
We like to keep a track of useful tools, scripts and tutorials in our Slack channel and some neat tools have appeared on our radar this week that might be useful in your workflow.
- Smart date inputs with Pikaday.js
- Bricks.js - a superfast masonry layout tool
- Readability - a CLI tool to check how readable your content is
- Infinite scroll or "load more" buttons - some good research
- Formkeep - endpoints for forms without the hassle
That's it for this week, seen anything cool you'd like to share or want to talk Umbraco with us? Tweet @offroadcode!
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