What components make up a web project? What makes a project successful, and even more importantly, how do you measure that success?
Why a dedicated support team can help keep your website running smoothly, when you need it to most.
A very special edition of our podcast commemorating the 20th anniversary of Palantir.
Sales and marketing tactics can complement each other well when used collaboratively. Learn how Palantir intertwines the two disciplines to better understand (and reach) clients.
Typography is a huge and critical component of the Web. So what do you need to know about web fonts for your site? Designer Michellanne Li goes into the details.
It’s hard to know which type of image will best help you optimize your site’s performance. Front-End Developer Patrick Weston breaks down four different image types and assesses the function and benefits of each kind.
Is it possible to write a better Request for Proposal? Our Account Manager Allison Manley thinks so. She has seen hundreds of RFPs come through the door, and shares some thoughts on how to streamline your process, and ask the right kinds of questions to get what you need on our latest Secret Sauce podcast episode.
On the Air With Palantir, Ep. 05: Consulting Engagements That Work - a Case Study With Rhodes College
Welcome to a new episode of On the Air with Palantir, a long-form podcast by palantir.net where we go in-depth on topics related to the business of web design and development. It’s June 2016 and this is episode #5. In this episode Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by our client Justin McGregor from Rhodes College.
Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by Senior Engineer and Team Lead Bec White who has some thoughts regarding deployment, and why it's so important to do so early and often not only for your internal process but also to help bring a site to life for your clients.
In this week's Secret Sauce podcast, our Director of Operations Colleen Carroll talks about how some helping hands come in the form of a service rather than a person, and explains the positive impact one can have on your company and culture.