Accessibility is a topic close to our hearts here at Alley as a matter not of technical compliance but of inclusive product design. Inclusive design holds that “disability” is as much a function of the product as it is the user, and that in fact, there is no typical user. America’s legal system, unfortunately, lags
Lede, Alley’s platform for journalism startups, is our answer to scaling the technology needed by news organizations.
The myths of web design must be changed along with developments in bridging the designer/developer divide, new tools, and more.
We hope this note finds you in good health in this challenging time. I wanted to take a moment to reach out regarding COVID-19 and the work we do. As you can imagine, there are two priorities on our minds: the health and safety of our team and continuity in the services we provide.
Because of concern over a widespread outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), many companies, including Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Google, have asked their team members to work from home. We at Alley don’t want to grow our business on fear, uncertainty, or doubt, but we do want to help other Scrum practitioners through a temporary transition to working from home.