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I trust everyone had (or will have!) a spooky Halloween — we all dressed up in our costumes and James led us in a choreographed version of Gangnam Style. He knows all the words to every pop song, so he did a great impression (not to mention the killer moves).

In all seriousness, though, our growing team is meshing really well with each other, and not a week goes by where I’m not impressed by their work ethic and excellent communication skills.

What have we been working on, you ask? Here are a few previews, but remember you can always check our dribbble page for the most recent updates:


Team News

James, Matt and Tessa will be visiting Highgroove Studios in Atlanta from November 12 - 17 for some team training and collaboration. While we’re down there, The Phuse will be sponsoring the Hack Night, and James will be giving a tech talk on how designers and developers can unite in their work.

A new payment method

If you like working with us but hate going to the bank, your life just got easier. Last week we added Stripe credit card processing to our list of payment methods. (Note: we must, regrettably, add a 1.5% fee to all payments over $2,000.)

Words with Friends

Our growing team has been faithfully adding quality content to Circuits, so if you are lacking in reading material and like hearing about dev tricks and design techniques, check it out.

Matt wrote a new article on content strategy for UX Booth, too. It’s very practical.

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Until next month—stay inspired, people!

The Phuse Team

    James, Matt, Jenna, Mitch, Tom, Jessica, Tessa, and Zander    
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