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Posted in design, engineering

Desire Paths and Design Systems

Reducing choice and increasing options in a UI component library.

Ali Torbati | 6 min read

Recent Articles

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process6 min read

First Steps in Observability

How we practice observability to monitor the health and performance of our infrastructure.

Sean Dillingham presenting design work.

design6 min read

Helping Non-Designers Give Great Design Feedback

Use these four tactics to feel more confident when giving design feedback.

The Signal Sciences team celebrating 5 years.

process5 min read

Product Culture at Signal Sciences

We grew from a tiny team to a real, established product discipline. Here's how we defined our culture along the way.

Leaf Nunes chatting with Marc Harrison.

engineering, culture8 min read

Meet Leaf Nunes, Head of Release Engineering

Software Engineer Andy Cheung talks to Leaf about release engineering at SigSci, working remotely, and his outfit of the day.

rsrc logo.

engineering7 min read

Introducing rsrc

Why we built a new open source tool to manage fetch state in React.

Nema Darban on a mac computer.

engineering6 min read

Our (Almost) Zero Touch Deployment

We cut down our time to onboard in half using automation.

A designer’s desk with a notebook and pen.

design6 min read

What in the World? An Enterprise Software Company That Cares About Design?

Design should never be an afterthought. We talk about how we keep design culture alive at SigSci.

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engineering, process5 min read

How We Launched Cloud WAF in Under 2 Weeks

What is Cloud WAF and how did we build an entire product so fast?

The Signal Sciences office in Culver City's Hayden Tract

culture2 min read

Welcome to Behind the Firewall

Learn about our mission, culture, and values.

The Signal Sciences team at Smogshoppe in Culver City

culture5 min read

Why Hybrid Remote Cultures Are Hard to Build, but Completely Worth It

Creating effective hybrid remote teams can create huge benefits for your business and your people.

Post it notes on a wall.

process5 min read

How We Ship Quickly and Iterate Rapidly

Our feature teams don’t follow a strict process. Despite that, our culture is one that is autonomous, offers feedback quickly, iterates rapidly, and keeps everyone on the same page.