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Browser Update: Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge logoHave you been on edge about the future of Microsoft Edge? Well, you can take a deep breath because it seems that its future is secure (at least for now).

This year, Edge was rebuilt as a Chromium-based browser using the Blink and V8 engines. As part of this change (codenamed: Anaheim), Microsoft intends to add support for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 as well as macOS. There will also be new privacy controls and other features. (We see your happy dance.)

Can’t wait to test drive the Edge preview? Then you’re in luck: a downloadable preview of Edge for Mac is available at a handful of online locations.
Get the latest on Microsoft Edge.

Event: Preparing Your Website For The Future 

Most marketing trends are predicted by marketers (naturally). But what if we could get a unique perspective from an expert who can tell it like it is from both a marketing and development point of view?

Join us on October 3 as our very own CEO Ron Zasadzinski talks about four things we all should know about the future of websites.

Project Highlight: From The Archives

Featured web app: Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park — As part of our ongoing work with Air Resource Specialists, we developed a snazzy way to compile and display data from various air quality monitoring stations. 

The goal was to build a web app that provides usable data so that any site visitor (scientist or non-scientist) could learn more about the air conditions throughout the park—past and present.

This project was a fun one, and you can check out more cool details on our Portfolio page.

Data visualization for HAVO project

Oct 8-9: Closed Office, Open Minds

Since there’s no official holiday between Labor Day and Halloween, we decided to create our own with our second official biennial CodeGeek Conference from Oct 8-9.

This is a time when we gather together and present our findings on various topics of geekery, such as:
  • Omnigraffle and other wireframing tools
  • Using ACF to build custom Gutenberg blocks
  • Accessibility by design
  • Deep dive into GDocs and GSheets
  • Everything you wanted to know about SVGs
Yeah, they don’t call us “geeks” for nothing.

Rest assured that even though our brains will be filled to the brim, we’ll still be available for any site emergencies. Email and we’ll get back to you straight away.

Where In The World Are The Geeks?

Rebecca’s inner geek was showing (on the left) as she served as Define the Line’s sidekick at Fort Collins Comic Con.
Rebecca at Fort Collins Comic Con

Isaiah and fam took in all the sights during a train ride from their home in Iowa to Ridgeway, CO.
Isaiah and fam on a train ride

Mona recently started an epic journey through Italy, which is making all of us crave art and gelato. If you’re on Instagram, you can follow along on her adventure!
Mona roaming around Rome
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