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Our Tech Stack for this Company Website

The site is created using Jekyll and Tailwind CSS. The site is statically generated on the Netlify hosting platform after checkins through GitHub. Our goal is fast delivery, optimized imagery for lean download, and full responsiveness on any browser despite screen size.

Stock Images and Design

We have purchased and used an amazing 3D model framework from Characterz Design. 100,000,000+ combinations of nice diverse 3D characters. We prefer them better than using stock images with models that don't work here. Icons comes through the 3D Icons open source project.

Marketing Chat and CRM

We use Crisp CRM from France as a most cost effective and cleaner CRM. They provide chat software which you can see on the bottom right of this page, and allow us to manage customer support inquiries with ease.

Like every website or software application, we are always improving and working to make things easier for our users. Thanks for reading and feel free to reach out if you have any questions about our tech stack choices.

Recent Blog Posts
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One Month LinkedIn Experiment

Over the course of October, we did a test on the types of posts that generate the most views on LinkedIn. There were many lessons learned and future strategies to get the most out of our professional connections without coming off scammy or being overbearing. We get it, everyone is busy. All of our solutions are meant to minimize the time footprint.
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How much is a "like" worth?

Last week we began a project where we’ll be regularly posting (twice a week) on LinkedIn as we work to grow the business. The posts will be informative (Tuesday) and product demos (Thursday) and will be exclusive to LinkedIn for our social network choice.
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Weekly Demo Thursday Noon

We’ve just started a series of short demos that highlight many of the use cases that our ScreenDUET platform shines. Anytime you gather a group of people in an audience, we make it easy to seamless communicate with them and ask them questions.