In the eleven years since we founded Alley Interactive, it has grown from a niche technology consultancy into the go-to strategic digital partner and tool creator for some of the largest and most influential media companies, think tanks, foundations, universities, government agencies, and enterprises. Our incredible team has executed complex and high-profile site launches for
This is one of an ongoing series of short posts giving our team members the opportunity to share their feelings on remote work – a vital part of Alley’s culture.
What’s your favorite part about remote work?
The opportunities it opens up to work with awesome companies and teammates who might not be in your neighborhood.
What’s your biggest challenge? How have you worked through it?
The lack of that built-in social interaction that a physical location offers can be hard. Finding a co-working space has been great for that, as well as finding local meetup groups, whether for development or anything else.
What do you wish you knew when you started working remotely?
This relates to the last question – for introverts like myself, it takes extra work to keep up social interactions and connections when in a remote environment; these are things that happen more naturally in a physical location.
Gabe Luethje is a User Experience Developer. Looking to join a great remote team? You can check out our latest job openings on our careers page!