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Communication is a core feature of the stuff Aleph builds. Technology changes and our creations evolve, but the song remains the same; We strive to make sharing valuable information with a lot of people effortless.
It’s possible that you just had to be here, but take KQED’s word for it: the 2010s were a really interesting time to be in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We can shoot rockets at Jovian moons, but we can't redirect http requests to https on Google Kubernetes Engine.
Aleph partnered with Bay Area design studio Volume to bring a 100 year old building into the digital age.
Aleph's modernization of KQED.org is a ground-up rebuild of infrastructure, data sources and user experience in support of an innovative approach to digital publishing.
At the dawn of modern history, there was no such thing as podcasting. There weren’t even any iPods yet.
This project was our first venture into conversational design that actually went live. It is a free, Amazon Alexa skill allowing users to access a Pledge Free version of the KQED Livestream. Pretty slick.
Website content is (or should be) a living, breathing thing, and should change and adapt over time.
Handle traditional links by capturing them with this simple component.
With a little help, Gutenberg block data makes the WordPress REST API a great fit for React.
Worrying about environmental parity is a must if you maintain a website, and it’s also a core concept behind containerization, specifically Docker.
The Aleph is a lens for viewing the world from many angles, without distortion; we strive to gain that same perspective into each client and project.