1. Now Hiring: Web Developer

    Envy is a leading web consultancy based in Orlando, FL, building digital products for the likes of Cisco, Google, GitHub, and Booz Allen Hamilton. We’re also responsible for starting Code School, one of the most popular online educational platforms. At Envy, our goal is to transform ideas into successful products for our clients.

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  2. Meet Envy: Jacob Swanner

    In this ongoing series, the Envy blog introduces you some of the finest developers, designers, and support staff in the industry. You’ve already met developers Nate, Tyler, and Dray; the design team: Ayana, Drew, Nick, and John; our project director, Jennifer; our VP of Sales, Charle; and our CFO, Bernie. This week, meet developer Jacob Swanner.

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  3. Orlando, United

    As we all know, Orlando experienced a devastating attack during the wee hours of Sunday June 12, 2016. In the wake of the recent tragedy, a number of organizations and local creatives have sprung into action and used their talents to create T-Shirts, prints, and stickers to raise funds and awareness in support of those who were affected. For those outside of Orlando wondering what they can do to help, we’ve compiled a list of products available for purchase.

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  4. Meet Envy: Charlie Celaya

    In this ongoing series, the Envy blog introduces you some of the finest developers, designers, and support staff in the industry. You’ve already met developers Nate, Tyler, and Dray; the design team: Ayana, Drew, Nick, and John; our project director, Jennifer; and our CFO, Bernie. This week, we introduce our newest member of the Envy squad: VP of Sales, Charlie Celaya.

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  5. Check Out These Foundries for New Fonts

    As Jeremiah Shoaf points out in a recent article, designers are stuck in a rut using the same tired webfonts when tens of thousands of webfonts are available today. Break the mold by discovering some new foundries with incredible offerings, and help support the type design community in the process.

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  6. Build Your Own Touch Slider with HammerJS

    There are countless pre-built libraries for sliders, carousels, and everything in-between, and it seems like a major one comes out every other year or so. While most of those work fine in a vacuum, your choices quickly narrow when you need to add part or a whole slider in the middle of an existing mobile app without invasive JavaScript, CSS, and bloated markup. In these scenarios, HammerJS comes to the rescue by making it easier and more time-effective to build one from scratch than you may have thought.

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  7. Meet Envy: Bernie Mapili

    In this ongoing series, the Envy blog introduces you some of the finest developers, designers, and support staff in the industry. You’ve already met the developers Nate, Tyler, and Dray; the designers Ayana, Drew, Nick, and John; and our project director, Jennifer. This week, meet Envy’s CFO, Bernie Mapili.

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  8. Meet Envy: John Wilson

    In this ongoing series, the Envy blog introduces you some of the finest developers, designers, and support staff in the industry. You’ve already met the developers Nate, Tyler, and Dray; the designers Ayana, Drew, Nick; and our project director, Jennifer. This week, meet the final member of the design team: John‌ Wilson.

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  9. You Should Try Ember

    We’re huge fans of Ember. The goals, the direction, the momentum, the community, and the team behind it are something that we can all envy. This isn’t a new idea coming from a honeymoon phase, either. We’ve been building, developing, testing, and maintaining Ember applications for around four years now and even have some SproutCore experience before that. When Code School approached us last summer to create Try Ember to refresh their Warming Up with Ember.js course. We were excited to help.

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  10. Now Hiring: Technical Sales Representative

    Envy is a leading web consultancy based in Orlando, FL, building digital products for the likes of Cisco, Google, GitHub, and Booz Allen Hamilton. We’re also responsible for starting Code School, one of the most popular online educational platforms. At Envy, our goal is to transform ideas into successful products for our clients. We are looking for a self-managed sales representative who can help maintain a healthy pipeline of work.

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