Software engineer and blogger, Amir Rachum, points out ways to go about debugging your code whilst collaborating that can help to expedite the process and prevent incorrect assumptions from clouding others’ judgement.
In the spirit of the new year, we took a look back at 2016 to appreciate the incredible technical partnerships we’ve fostered with both new clients and those that have been with us for nearly a decade. We look forward to new custom web development projects in the year to come. Get in touch if you’d like to be one of them.
Today is the third annual Computer Science Fair held for University of Vermont Computer Science students. At the fair, students have the opportunity to show projects created individually or in groups that will be judged and awarded cash prizes! Vermont Design Works’ CTO, Ben Glassman, will be in attendance as a judge. He will be […]
Vermont Design Works has released a new platform, the Community Energy Dashboard, for the Energy Action Network that will contribute in important and valuable ways to the state of Vermont’s goal of reaching 90% renewable energy by 2050. The Community Energy Dashboard helps Vermont communities shape their energy futures at the local level with a […]
The web has become one of the most important places for organizations to do business, share information, and interact with their audiences. However, it is often overlooked that site visitors may need accommodations in order to have successful and enjoyable experiences on these websites and applications. What can you do to make your content accessible for all?
Over the course of the year, Vermont Design Works has been partnering with the Vermont Gleaning Collective, an initiative started by Salvation Farms, on a fresh design and other functionality enhancements for their website and web application. This new look has launched, marking the beginning of a new gleaning season and a kick-start for recruiting […]
VDW has successfully launched the largest and longest-running project of our 15 year history with KSE Focus. This robust web application helps clients make business decisions by categorizing, searching, and digesting over 1,000,000 records of data.
Responsive web design is becoming the standard to ensure seamless functionality and appearance on any device. This fall, VDW launched two revamped, fully responsive websites for a couple of our long-time clients.
Meet up with Girl Develop It to learn what you can expect at HackVT: a 24-hour annual hackathon. This year’s hack challenge? An app for climate change.