In the very first episode of our new Fourcast podcast, I sat down with Tyler Sticka, and we unpacked the often daunting world of legacy application redesigns. It’s a tale of fear, strategy, and…
We’ve been dealing with our fair share of loss lately. And to make matters worse, we’ve encountered applications that handle death poorly and add to our pain.
Sometimes, I like to give a year a theme – something to help guide and inspire me as the year drones on. At the beginning of 2023, I knew I was facing challenges, professionally and personally.
In my latest Spotlight interview, I had the opportunity to chat with Sirvan “Van” Jackson, founder of Arithmetic and a fractional COO. We covered a lot of ground in this discussion about operations,…
I had a lot of fun chatting with Jessie Coan and Varun Bihani about Cloud Four’s unique approach.
There is one type of project that we seem to excel at, but that we don’t know what to call it. What would you call it?
I get a bad feeling in the pit of my stomach when I have to tell someone that there is something deeply wrong with their website—especially when I know that it is too late to fix it. I hate that feeling. And I felt it twice recently.
When developing websites, I often create the same boilerplate structure over and over. By creating a custom scaffolding script, I can automate this boring task and save a lot of time.
The new Zelda game uses repeated patterns to build a cohesive world. Let's write code to generate these patterns and then print them with a robot!
In a recent interview, I had the opportunity to sit down with Paul Hebert, a talented Cloud Four senior designer and developer, to discuss a recent case study involving…