Bored with your standard-fare collection of Internet funnies? Are you in serious need of more cats, memes, epic fails, and funny quotes to sustain you?
LOLcats are a staple of intertube fodder, but in case you’ve reached your weekly quota of furry critters wearing silly outfits, we asked our Pixafy team to share some of their favorite humor sites with you! You’re bound to find a huge depository of all kinds of hilarity, including memes, pics and GIFs, animals engaged in antics, and so much more! (more…)
Previously on the blog, we mentioned that Pixafy’s President Uri Foox spoke at Magento’s Imagine eCommerce Conference on a panel about tips for boosting revenue. Uri’s presentation is based on a blog post, “7 forgotten pages in Magento… and how to make them work for you,” which focuses on pages that are often left out of a company’s design and marketing strategy.
Does your focus get thwarted by a whole hierarchy of distractions? If so, you’re definitely not alone!
We asked our Pixafy team how they stay focused on the tasks at hand in a world full of distractions. Here are their tips for staying on track: (more…)
Pixafy always looks at various benefits that we can offer our employees. We launched a new one we can’t wait to “dish” about: Catered lunches. (more…)
In a previous post, we shared our team’s notes of common mistakes developers make in WordPress. Of course, here at Pixafy we work on multiple platforms, so we now turn our attention to Magento.
Having completed numerous Magento sites here at Pixafy, and numerous certified developers on staff, we have seen it all! Our team has again compiled some great tips to avoid making mistakes. We break it down evenly, with four tips for front-end developers and designers, and four for programmers and engineers: (more…)
Developers rarely know everything there is to know about programming, as the game is always changing and there are always obscure features that don’t get broken out often. For those times that they need an assist, there are certain sites that have gained a stellar reputation for being helpful to developers. (more…)
I recently had the opportunity to attend a fascinating meetup about women in technology hosted by the tech in motion meetup group. The meeting was structured around an in-depth panel discussion touching on today’s hottest topics surrounding women in technology. Topics ranged from unequal pay to the misconception of women in leadership roles. One key piece of information that stuck with me was the rising presence of tech start-ups in New York. (more…)
Women in Tech: Why women are not taken as seriously as men in the tech industry and what obstacles women need to overcome to make ensure that they leave their mark in the technology field.
After recently attending the Women in Tech: Tech Panel at the AlleyNYC last week, I was able to listen to a few extremely successful women in the tech industry and pull what I believed to be:
The Top 5 Reasons Women allow themselves to succumb themselves to a certain ‘bold-less’, ‘lady-like’ stereotype in the industry:
One of the great things about working at Pixafy is that the environment is friendly. Despite working together all day, it’s a common sight to see staff get together for a lunch, or meet up for after-work activities such as dinners or, earlier this month, a karaoke night. (more…)