As WordPress’ Gutenberg editor moves closer and closer to a Full Site Editor (FSE), it’s important that we continue to find new and efficient ways for clients to manage all aspects of their sites. This includes allowing clients to manage page template parts that in the past we might have allowed them to edit. In […]
Just about the first question, every potential client asks us is, “Are your WordPress websites easy to maintain?” And to be honest, it’s a fair question. (Skip the backstory and just read the interview.) WordPress is one of the, if not the, most widely used CMS platforms used to build fully editable websites. At the […]
There are a lot of ways to kick off a new project. You might host a discovery workshop that allows your team and your client or stakeholders a chance to discuss the product’s current problems and what solutions could be implemented to solve those problems. Or if a big kickoff meeting is not possible, you […]
During the last decade, our team has hosted a significant number of kickoff meetings, or as we call them discovery workshops. Over the course of a few days, our client, their stakeholders, and our team work to understand what problems our client is currently facing with their technology solution, what issues their users face, and […]
We use a grid-based layout approach where we assign columns to span specific widths and the content contained within that column stretches to its parent’s bounding box. When asked to build this specific client site on WordPress, this wasn’t and still isn’t a native feature of Gutenberg. So we fixed that issue.
As a designer or developer, how many of you have been asked at some point to take a “test” for a job or freelance gig? Just as we expected. Every. Single. One. Of. Us. What other industries deal with this? Would you test a home builder’s skill level by asking him to build a wall […]
If you scrolled through Twitter today, you probably saw this image below promoting Apple’s “Planet Of The Apps” show. And with it, you probably saw and read many critical tweets about it, such as this. So … let’s talk about workaholism. I’m Joey, and I am a recovering workaholic. Before Made By Munsters became our […]
As a front-end designer at a service-oriented development firm, it can be hard to maintain a design-to-code workflow that is both efficient and practical. While there are more tools and plugins than ever at our disposal, there are also more tools and plugins than ever. At Made by Munsters, our design team is proficient in […]
That goal: Build for day one. Don’t focus on what’s to come a year from now or even three months from now. Focus on your first release.
Ten years on from the introduction of AJAX, the web is now full of asynchronous operations. AJAX itself made those async requests feasible, while Promises have been around for a while now to make handling async responses simple. When working with single-page architecture (SPA) web apps, everything is an async request. What was lost in […]