Wicket is an open source member data solution.

Imagine a platform that can store your core member data, uses open source software, has no licensing fees, and is built to integrate with any third-party application. No more walls around your data.

Wicket makes this dream a reality. No longer do non-profits and associations need to put their data into bloated, over-priced, locked down proprietary software applications. With Wicket, take back your data, and provide your members with the best possible user experience across your entire digital footprint.

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Our goals are simple:

free your data iconFree your data.
connectedness iconProvide connectedness.
ux iconImprove the user experience.
vendor agnostic iconVendor agnostic.
open source iconOpen source.

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April 20,2017

Terry Appleby commented on <@U02RHV42F|rknuth>’s file <https://industrialagency.slack.com/files/rknuth/F51T0V2DR/screen_shot_2017-04-20_at_8.48.26_am.png|Screen Shot 2017-04-20 at 8.48.26 AM.png>: :thumbsup: this feature is handy

Ryan KnuthApril 20,2017

If you ever need to test something on a slower network connection, the Network tab in Chrome's Inspector allows you to throttle

Megan GoodacreApril 13,2017

“Everyone is a designer. Get over it.” @dburka https://library.gv.com/everyone-is-a-designer-get-over-it-501cc9a2f434

GV Library
Everyone is a designer. Get over it. – GV Library
Whether you like it or not, people outside of your design team are making significant design choices.

Ryan KnuthApril 12,2017



My clients are all talking about design sprints. So hot right now.

Caio BianchiApril 7,2017

LEGO Macintosh Classic with e‑paper display https://jann.is/lego-macintosh-classic/

Jannis Hermanns
LEGO Macintosh classic with Wi-Fi and e‑paper display running docker
A Wi-Fi enabled 1990 Macintosh Classic built with LEGO, powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero running docker and a 2.7" e-paper display by EmbeddedArtists.

Megan GoodacreApril 7,2017

Read This Story Without Distraction (Can You?) https://nyti.ms/1T9nBq5