November 2, 2019

Began rebuilding our frontend.

Tom Langridge @Ridge

It was a quite a blow to lose our key front-end developer. We regrouped and decided to take the opportunity to redevelop our entire frontend in React and redesign the UI to target the use cases we identified in our initial launch. We hired a new frontend-developer and began work of rearchitecting the UX and flow of the entire app.

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