Blotout, a $3m-backed YC startup, launched EdgeTag, a serverless app that sends consented data to the Facebook Conversion API directly from the customer’s domain.
They initially set up a simple landing page for it, but quickly realized they needed to have a scalable and more content manager friendly platform to create more landing pages for other integrations they support (e.g. Fastly, Cloudflare).
We've created for them a performant and easy-to-manage website by leveraging tools like Remix, Sanity CMS, and Vercel.Go to EdgeTag
Velobici is a UK-based e-commerce that produces and sells luxury cycling apparel.
They noticed that their platform started getting traction in Japan and South Korea, so they approached us to implement a translation strategy so that they can have content easily translated.Go to Velobici: Translation Strategy
Hanabi is a web design and development agency specializing in e-commerce projects with a focus on Shopify. We built their new website with Next.js, TypeScript, and Sanity CMS.Go to Hanabi Agency
Tinloof is a Berlin-based agency that builds web sites and apps.Go to Tinloof
Tax Advisor is a directory of hundreds of tax consultants in Germany.Go to Tax Advisor
LAK Gallery is an international gallery that displays limited edition contemporary pieces of art in furniture, ceramics, and sculpture.
We are sharing with you how their curators are managing content with Sanity as a Headless CMS.Go to LAK Gallery
Zego is a commercial motor insurance provider that powers opportunities for businesses to self-employed drivers and riders.
They approached us to help them better manage their content by migrating it to Sanity and rebuilding the website to leverage that.Go to Zego
illuminem is an energy news aggregator that curates the latest headlines from media outlets like The Financial Times and Bloomberg.
It was designed and built by Tinloof, a Berlin-based product agency.Go to illuminem
This short piece if meant for non-developers who want to understand what a Headless CMS is.
This is an external link at:tinloof.comGo to Explain Like I'm Five: Headless CMS