As always, Chromatic had a great time at DrupalCon - we brought knowledge to share, and learned a lot!
or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Collective
Team morale is an essential part of work culture in any company. At Chromatic, we put an emphasis on giving positive feedback to our co-workers as often as possible.
Working from home is difficult. Overcome some of the unique challenges of working at home while maintaining a great work/life balance with these helpful tips.
Below are the four primary ways that I used to significantly reduce the clutter I had with my email and keep what was the most important to me and Chromatic out in front.
I've been a lifetime Mac user and a professional web developer for over 10 years and the new 2016 MacBook Pros are, hands down, my favorite Macs in a decade.
Internally we talk about culture and values a lot at Chromatic. We’re hoping to start doing that publicly more as we move into the new year, and in that spirit, we are announcing our new donation-matching policy.
Investments into team retreats are not insignificant, but when done right, they are worth every penny.
Dave shares how his experiences doing military style endurance challenges have helped him be a better leader for our company.
A developer strayed onto a sailboat and realized that parallels abound between great sailing and software development teams.
We often wish our clients better understood what we do, but isn't the onus on us to know more about the client too?
Watching people get excited about learning is really fun. Watching them get excited about learning something you’re passionate about? Amazing.