1% For The Planet
As a member organization of 1% for the Planet, Manoverboard gives the equivalent of one percent of all revenues to select nonprofit partners that are benefiting the environment.
Archive for Author: dan
For the past 6.5+ years I have been an integral part of the Manoverboard team. As Manoverboard’s longest running employee, I’m in a unique position to share some insights about this great company—how it evolved, and how it eventually grew to become the first B Corporation in Manitoba.
Have you ever noticed that many websites display a little icon in your browser’s URL bar and bookmarks? That’s a favicon (which is short for favorite icon). While often taken for granted, the favicon can be an outlet for creativity, and an opportunity for a web developer to put a “special touch” on a website. The smallest size of a favicon is 16×16 pixels (seen below). That’s really tiny!
Three months ago we proudly launched Serving.Green, our web initiative designed to highlight the impact that the internet has on the environment, and what we can all do to reduce that impact. Now that the dust has settled a bit, I’d like to say a few words about what we did from a development standpoint to make the site as efficient as we could, given our design objectives.
Why should should choose SquareSpace, why you should choose WordPress, why you should build it yourself, and why you shouldn’t.
Last year after volunteering our time at Winnipeg Harvest for our staff holiday party, we decided to conclude the celebration with a visit to the local karting track, Speedworld. In fact, we recorded the whole race on a GoPro—you can check out the video a little further into this piece. Speedworld is an indoor track,…
A piece about some of the many decisions made in designing a site that is mobile-friendly.