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How fffunction does social media

I like a good process post so I thought it might be interesting to do one about how we do social media here at fffunction.

Making Statamic play nicely

We’ve been using Statamic for some of our lightweight content sites here at fffunction recently.

fffunction’s CSS

I’m big on optimising architectures and workflows, so I found reading how other people are doing it pretty helpful.

Responsifying with collage

Responsive retrofitting can be hard and time-consuming as the design hasn’t originally been considered for all screen sizes.

Designing the homepage last

“If I were you, I’d leave the homepage design until last” fellow fffunctioneer Pete Coles once said.

Dear Laura

Finding the courage to say what you did must have been difficult, but we have both known for some time that things haven’t great between us.

A guide to Gulp.js

Everyone who’s aware of Grunt will know what this is about, but Gulp differs from Grunt in two important ways: the use of streams and a code-over-configuration approach.

SVG – show and tell

On Friday 21 February we joined up with our friends Elliot and Kier from Viewport Industries and had a small informal get together, with a series of brief talks.