London’s Royal College of Art Goes Virtual with Gatsby
When Covid-19 hit the U.K. last spring, the Royal College of Art’s traditional graduating student shows were shut down. With a little help from Gatsby, though, the school worked with MTJ.io to quickly create a brand new digital discovery platform -- a museum’s worth of virtual galleries -- so that the shows could go on(line) in time.
Diem.com: Unlocking Creative Velocity with Gatsby + Headless WordPress
When Facebook needed to build an information onramp for Diem, their soon-to-launch global digital payment system, they turned to Boulder, Colorado-based Dfuzr Industries -- and Dfuzr turned to Gatsby.
The New Gatsby Docs: Redesigned. Reorganized. Renewed.
RealCedar.com: Going 5x Faster with Gatsby + WordPress
Creating a Content Marketer’s Paradise
The ability to tell a compelling story while building a strong business narrative is possible if your company’s website is easy to operate. And that can only happen when your content marketers are empowered to create and modify the site's landing pages quickly and comfortably. Let’s look at two companies that have achieved this using a high-quality combination of Gatsby and Contentful - and the impressive user growth and other results they enjoyed.
A Faster-Rolling Website for Raleigh Bikes
Raleigh Bicycles online presence had a need for speed. The original Raleigh website suffered from slow pageloads and was prone to crashing during traffic spikes, with few options for developers to improve it. Oberon used Gatsby to create a modern and performant site to help Raleigh's customers get wheels.
Little Caesars Pizza Delivers with Gatsby
Little Caesars knew their first-ever Super Bowl ad would drive a huge spike in online orders from hungry customers. To ensure their website was ready for prime time, the third biggest pizza delivery company in the world built their new e-commerce platform using Gatsby.