Non profit campaign website

Written by Sasha Baksht on March 9, 2014

Non profit campaign website Stop The Drop-campaign 2013 community website: non-profit campaign to raise the profile of low water level issues in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron & other Great Lakes so our leaders will finally take action.

We designed, developed and maintained complex web application which is used by more than 20,000 users.

Stop the Drop changed their concept in 2014 and decided to create a new website. Techbridge was NOT involved in 2014 campaign website and should NOT be associated

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Website Design Process Infographic

Written by Sasha Baksht on February 24, 2014
Website Design

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This is a general outline for the website design process. I found it useful for small business owners looking forward to bring their online presence to a higher level.

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Dental Clinic website

Written by Sasha Baksht on February 13, 2014
Dental clinic WordPRess website

We designed and developed a custom responsive WordPress website for the dental clinic of Dr. Victoria Klitovchenko.

With our branding and web design efforts weznailed the project objectives:

“Let existing and new patients with easily find info about Dr. Klitovchenko Dental Clinic at the Internet”

“Convert new website visitors into high quality leads by providing them with useful information in a friendly and convenient way”

Merry Christmass and Happy New Year!

Written by Sasha Baksht on December 26, 2013

Dear Friend!
Wishing you and your family the very best during the holiday season, and health and happiness and business growth in New 2014!

From Sasha Baksht
and Techbridge team.

Remote developers can do the job! Proved!

Written by Sasha Baksht on November 8, 2013

If you are still dead scared by a possibility of working with remote or distributed software development team you may find this article useful.

How Automattic Grew Into A Startup Worth $1 Billion With No Email And No Office Worker

Of all the cool work cultures we’ve ever heard of, none is more impressive than Automattic, the company responsible for the popular blogging platform, WordPress.

Automattic is so unusual, it’s the subject of a new book “The Year Without Pants” by its employee Scott Berkun.

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Be a Good Client

Written by Sasha Baksht on November 5, 2013

Be a good client

Being responsive is key. If the designer or developer has questions, try to answer them as quick as possible to optimize their time and your investments. A developer or designer that doesn’t get feedback has two choices; either to wait for your reply, thus being blocked, or continue working on assumptions that might lead the project down the wrong path.

Another important thing to remember is that the developer or designer is likely learning about your field and target

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WordPress 3.7 “Basie” is out and available for download

Written by Sasha Baksht on October 24, 2013

Version 3.7 of WordPress, named “Basie” in honor of Count Basie, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. This release features some of the most important architectural updates we’ve made to date. Here are the big ones:

Updates while you sleep: With WordPress 3.7, you don’t have to lift a finger to apply maintenance and security updates. Most sites are now able to automatically apply these updates in the background. The update process also has been made even more reliable and

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Under DDoS attack? Google may help you!

Written by Sasha Baksht on October 22, 2013

Under DDoS attack? Google may help you! with new anti-DDoS service called ‘Project Shield’.

Project Shield is an initiative to use Google’s infrastructure to protect free expression online. The service currently combines Google’s DDoS mitigation technologies and Page Speed Service (PSS), which allow websites to serve their content through Google to be better protected from DDoS attacks.

More info here