A somewhat exhaustive list of tools from design to dev, support and everything in between.


  • The teams editor of choice.

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  • Potential product for user engagement.

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  • Most of our sites rely on Pingdom to monitor any outages.

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  • We often use Github Pages to easily develop and deploy marketing sites. Typically we couple middleman as our static site generator and then host the pages on github pages.

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  • We have plans to employ this frontend framework in future apps.

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  • [Monthly Cost] Our current task and project manager.

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  • [Monthly cost] We use this tool to prototype designs quickly and gather feedback.

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  • This tool is used to send SMS messages from the JourneyMaker App.

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  • We previously used TestFlight to deploy test apps, but since Apple purchased them we've been using HockeyApp so that we can test both iOS as well as Android.

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  • [One time purchase] Sketch and Invision have taken this slot but this is a nice down and dirty wireframing tool.

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  • We've been slowly moving away from Basecamp.

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  • Our user feedback and support tool for all products.

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  • Sass library that was originally used on the current JourneyMaker app. We've been slowly removing it from the front end.

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  • [Not currently used] We had hopes to employ this product as it has some very cool features.

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  • We are not currently using this product but we have very high interest in learning and using this for mobile apps.

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  • Blogging platform used on the Digital Media blog.

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  • Very handy Chrome extension for adding features to the github website.

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  • We use cordova on all our mobile apps.

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  • [$$$ One time purchase] Cool little tool to install on the Mac for docs of many libraries, frameworks, and coding languages.

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  • [FREE] We use middleman for its ease and speed to develop and deploy micro/marketing sites.

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  • [Free] We use this free Sass framework on just about any project that we work on.

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  • [$99 One time purchase] We are currently learning Framer.js so that we can improve our rapid prototyping capabilites.

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  • We employ HockeyApp to test new builds for our mobile applications. It makes it very easy to send out early builds for stakeholders to test.

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  • For the occasional lightweight JQuery alternative.

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  • The most useful screensharing and voice collaboration tool on our machines. It makes sharing what you are working on at the moment very easy.

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  • [$$$ Pay Per Test] We've recently used UserTesting to get quick feedback on a completely new UI for bibles.org.

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