Posted on 04.06.2019
by Krystian Kupiec

What modern web development looks like

What we need in modern frontend development is modularity, reusability, and maintainability. This is possible thanks to tools and technologies. But what should we choose when there are just too many out there?

Posted on 23.05.2019
by Krystian Kupiec

Modular WordPress with ACF Flexible Content

Create modular WordPress themes using Advanced Custom Fields. With this approach you can easily speed-up development time and make your clients happy. Modularity will take your projects to the next level.

Posted on 30.04.2019
by Piotr Monwid-Olechnowicz

Why TypeScript makes me happy

We all know software can get pretty complex and it can be tremendously hard to become productive in new codebase. If only something could help you make sense out of this mess. Fortunately, the code is not just a text...

Posted on 11.04.2019
by Michal Jagielnicki

SSL certificate: what is it, and why every site should have one?

In this post, I am using the term “SSL certificate”, even though technically today the new and more secure TSL protocol is slowly replacing older SSL. I do that because the term “SSL certificate” is still more popular, and also because writing “SSL/TSL certificates” more than a dozen times harms the reading experience a bit....

Posted on 29.11.2018
by Michal Jagielnicki

PWA vs. Native Apps: A Quick Overview

Are native apps invincible? Not that long ago, the way to create engaging user experiences for smartphone and tablet users was coding native apps. It was only natural - after all, native apps were designed to be used specifically on mobile and tablet devices. It seemed impossible that anything should ever replace the native app....

Posted on 08.11.2018
by Ekaterina Novoseltseva

Token Based Authentication – 6 Prime Benefits

Nowadays, we hear the word "token" a lot, but few people actually know what that is and why some companies and people choose to work with tokens. So, in this article, I would like to quickly explain what it is and how it is related to authentication and show you it’s key benefits. What is...

Posted on 31.07.2018
by Anna Wydra

Web development outsourcing – 5 reasons why it is better for your business than keeping an inhouse team

It's understandable that every manager or business owner considers the pros and cons of every employment these days. Some competencies might seem necessarily available between the company’s staff, some we can - or we should - outsource. What are the advantages of B2B contracts, when hiring coding agency? Or, should it be better to have an own web development team?

Posted on 16.02.2018
by Jan Lubieniecki

To WordPress or Not To WordPress?

People often assume that a WordPress site is a static 'thing', which is not true. WordPress site is "living" and getting it is not like buying a piece of furniture, but more like keeping a dog. Let's explore what it means to have a WordPress site with its pros and cons.

Posted on 31.01.2018
by Natalia Borowska

How I Became a Web Developer

If someone told me a few years ago that I would become a programmer, I wouldn’t believe them. My journey to become a front-end web developer began with a desire for making a change.

Posted on 03.01.2018
by Krystian Kupiec

How to get more control over ACF Flexible Content

Our WordPress development team created a solution that enables better files organisation when ACF Flexible Content is used. The code is more declarative and modular than ACF's original approach and may allow you to enhance modularity and maintainability of your projects.

Posted on 14.07.2017
by Jan Lubieniecki

How to Improve Your WordPress Site Speed

WordPress site speed matters. Speed maters! Being a millennial means "I want things quickly". And I want them right now. If your website loads too slowly, I’m on your competitor's page already. That's just the way it is.

Posted on 20.06.2017
by Jan Lubieniecki

The Art of WordPress Site Backup

It's not enough to have your WordPress site secure. No matter how safe it is, there's still a high necessity of doing backups.

Posted on 06.06.2017
by Michal Jagielnicki

How to Design Email Templates, So That We Can Slice Them

Coding email templates is not as straightforward as coding a website. However, by keeping in mind these few dos and don'ts, you'll be able to design new exciting email templates.

Posted on 27.04.2017
by Maciej Zawada

Project Brief Story: Start Point To A Perfect Website

There's more than one way to write a design brief. But if you provide a well-thought out project brief to an award-winning crew, you'll be on track to put your future site on the blockbuster list.

Posted on 07.04.2017
by Jan Lubieniecki

6 Steps to Better WordPress Site Security

Imagine somebody building their business on a WordPress e-commerce site, finding customers, paying for the SEO, adding a multitude of products to the database and not making sure that their website is secure.

Posted on 10.01.2017
by Tomasz Różalski

Dynamic User Interactions powered with AJAX

AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) has become a standard in modern web development, giving smooth and dynamic feel to user interactions. We have all seen this - most probably the most common and typical example is a “load more” button showing new content without actually reloading the page.

Posted on 19.12.2016
by Ewa Hendrychowska

Shop Like a Gamer – Gamification in Ecommerce UX

Gamification, that is applying game principles and elements in non-game contexts, has been quite a thing for some time in the web design and UX industry, and most probably it's here to stay. Even those of us who are not regular gamers can spot certain patterns and methods and use them successfully in creative projects.

Posted on 12.12.2016
by Tomasz Różalski

Differences Between 3 Types of Responsive Layouts

Nowadays a significant number of people surf the Web using tablets or smartphones. Responsive websites have become the standard, not only to provide a higher level of user comfort, but also to improve SEO.