Posts Tagged ‘ian frost’

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  1. 06 Aug, 2018

    3 Years of Ian

    Yesterday marked Ian‘s 3-year anniversary working with me. I’m 5 and a half years into running my own business, so that means that my brother has been with me on this journey more than I’ve been going it alone. It’s […]

  2. 13 Jun, 2018

    Style Guide Guide, Gatsby Edition

    We’re happy to announce Style Guide Guide, Gatsby Edition! You can check out the demo here. The workshop and the storefront There are lots of moving parts, tools, and environments involved in making a design systems take shape. We’ve found […]

  3. 08 Jan, 2018

    Brad Frost Web Turns 5 Years Old

    On January 1st, 2013, I started my own company. Over the last 5 years I’ve had the opportunity to do a lot of great work with a lot of great people, travel all over the place to talk about the […]

  4. 23 Jul, 2017

    2 Frontend Designers. 12 Days. 1 Website. How We Did It

    Ian wrote about our experience launching a site for Brian Forde’s congressional campaign. One of the reasons we took the project on was that I thought it would be good for Ian to get a dose of how fast-paced the […]

  5. 08 Feb, 2017

    Learning the Web Using Atomic Design

    Ian wrote up some thoughts about how he came into the web industry. By way of being my brother, he had the concepts of modularity and atomic design beaten into him from Day 1 on the job. Perhaps he has […]

  6. 26 Aug, 2015

    Death to Bullshit

    I’m pleased to introduce┬áDeath to Bullshit, a site and blog that explore the themes of information, bullshit, and craft. We’re bombarded by more information than ever before. With the rise of all this information comes a rise of the amount […]

  7. 10 Aug, 2015

    From Weather to Web Design: 1st Week at Brad Frost Web LLC

    My brother started working for me last week. He’s a meteorologist by trade, so shifting into the world of web design and development is quite a big move for him. I’m treating this arrangement as an apprenticeship. The folks over […]