As we close the book on 2022, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the amazing websites that our team at Razorfrog has had the pleasure of creating over the past year. From innovative startups to established companies, our portfolio has grown in both size and scope, showcasing our team’s diverse set of skills and expertise. Here are some of the highlights:Read More
It’s been a busy year for us at Razorfrog launching new websites for a diverse range of clients. From legal services to vacation rentals, mindfulness to health supplements, our team has been working hard to bring these innovative businesses online and connect them with their customers.Read More
What is time? What is the nature of days passing? Can it be measured in hair length and haircuts? Gaining expertise at sourdough bread making? A list of completed series of television shows and movie sagas?
Work helps. Work organizes the time into units, of challenges and successes. And it turns out that newsletter writing is palliative as well. We have been doing things. We have been staking out corners of the internet with code and images and hyperlinks.Read More
Let me tell you something about websites: they only truly exist if you visit them. They are very existentialist that way. And once you get there, once you’ve participated in the shared experience of our Razorfrog servers loading a website, and your human brain and eyes undertaking their perception, we want to make sure that whole thing was worth it, always, for any business that wants to exist in the infinite, unknowable web space.Read More
A new year. It’s like a freshly paved road leading to a promised land, 365 (well, minus 21) days that could all point to a brighter tomorrow.
At Razorfrog, we have been tippy-tap-tapping with our little froggy hands, and now we are ready to launch sites the way same we launch ourselves into the air with our powerful back legs: with strength, power, precision, and a desire to reach the greatest of heights.Read More
Just like how frogs love using their powerful back legs to jump into the air, we here at Razorfrog love to launch things. It’s one of our natural dispositions – it’s why we put “frog” right there in the name. Here’s the latest round-up, from our lily pad in San Francisco, launched into the stratosphere.Read More
There’s this scene in The Apartment, Oscar-winning best picture from 1960, where there’s a long tracking shot of a busy office, filled with workers, that’s actually forced perspective: it LOOKED like a lot of desks and workers, when in actuality, as Wikipedia puts it, “successively smaller people and desks were placed to the back of the room, ending up with children.”Read More