I have nothing but positive things to say about my experience working with Code the Dream. I was drawn to working with them on a website creation project because of the mentoring and skill-building side of their mission, and I would work with them again in a heartbeat due to the stellar professional services that I received. The website is brilliant, and the process of working with Alex was smooth, responsive, and efficient. She guided me skillfully through the key choices in the design process and used excellent judgment to come up with solutions. The final product is beautiful to view, easy to navigate, and full of great information. It exceeded my hopes and expectations, which I credit fully to Alex and Code the Dream.
Working with Code the Dream has been really fun and a great learning experience for me too! Alejandra, Andrea, and the team are really responsive and fun to work with. We needed a new web presence and had been using WordPress - they delivered a tidy and energetic site that's really comfortable to maintain but flexible too. I'm excited to keep collaborating with them and grow the web presence of our work with their support and creativity!”
It has been such a pleasure to work with the team at Code The Dream. Snatcher Inc is a start-up company, and during our journey to launch we have experienced many challenges and setbacks, that oftentimes interrupted completely the website. Code the Dream was more than patient with us and continued to work with us until they created a wonderful website for my company. We are forever grateful for all of their diligence and hard work, in making our website a success. Thank you Code the Dream!"
Vamos helps farmworker organizations plan, implement, and track outreach to workers in those hard-to-find locations. Find more info at codethedream.org/vamos
Thanks to the @TheOfficialACM, the Mays Center, and the Dreamer Resource Center at @TAMUSanAntonio for inviting CTD Apprentice Asaia Palacios to inspire #Dreamers and other students to pursue careers in #tech! Big shout out to CTD intern Janet Zulu for making the connection! pic.twitter.com/eWkvniWQwJ