Supporting our community is fundamental to who we are, so this month we'd love to tell you about our Software Donation Policy.
If you've ever wanted to attend a UX event but couldn't afford the ticket, we've got some good news. You could win one for free by entering our raffles!
Our company turned 10 recently, and our founder and CEO Peldi was interviewed about it.
The Balsamiq family keeps on growing! Join us in welcoming our 3 new team members Amanda, Kendra, and Billy.
We're not only sponsoring events, but will be attending a couple as well. Consider joining us! We'd love to meet you.
This month, we're thrilled to spotlight an organization we sponsor that helps non-profits with design and development projects.
Our CEO Peldi interviews Sarah Allen about diversity in a small software company. As a Founder, learn more about how to make your business more inclusive.
This month we have more raffles for you to enter and we can't wait to show you the upcoming events we are sponsoring!
Our company has grown a lot since our last website update. We decided it was time to freshen things up a bit, starting from two important pages.
We're happy to share with you the stellar events Balsamiq is supporting this month. And we're giving away a free ticket to a conference in Bangkok!
The CUSB teams played a great season both in the US and in Europe: the women team CUSB Shout won its first gold European medal in Poland.
If you're searching for cool upcoming events where you can mingle with like-minded individuals, we got you covered. Take a look at some of the conferences we are proud...
Balsamiq turned 10! To celebrate the milestone we gathered all together, with families and friends, for six amazing days in The Dominican Republic.
We're proud to support Bridge Foundry, a non-profit that works to empower people from underrepresented communities with technology.
Welcome two new employees to the Balsamiq family: Laura Lei and Julia DeBari. Laura Lei is our Digital Artist and Julia is our first Design Educator.
Our support to the CUSB teams took the shape of a 5-month project to teach Spirit of the Game and cancer recognition symptoms to middle school students.
We're excited to introduce to you Laura Farolfi, the Marketing team organizer. With her great organizational skills, she helps us get more things done!
Eight ways to try to cultivate team spirit in a remote company. Personal pages, informal meetings, Friday social question... How does your company do it?
The 5 most common questions or comments we've received about working from home. "How does your boss know that you're actually working?" is the first one 😊
We have donated more than 10,000 licenses over the last 8 years. Here is why, and a kind invitation to other software companies to do the same.
It’s that time of the year when we recap the past year and share with you our plans for the next 12 months. Subscribe to the newsletter for more...
The journey of the Bologna Ultimate Frisbee teams continues with great achievements and a big challenge: the World Ultimate Club Championship 2018!
We haven't given up the dream of staying flat, even at 30 employees. Here is the route we are exploring, still without managers.
We're excited to introduce to you the two newest members of the Balsamiq family, Ali Servet Donmez and Alasdair Manson!
“Revenue, head count, PR, and quality--if one gets ahead of the others, you’re screwed.” An oldie, but goodie we have referred to since 2008!
To give back to our local community, we have decided to sponsor the CUSB Bologna Ultimate Frisbee organization for the next 3 years.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you four new members of the Balsamiq family! We are also hiring 4 more people over the next few months!
Every company has a natural size. Answer this question and you’ll find out what kind of company you should build and how to grow it.
We keep on growing, and this brings new challenges for our company retreats, too. Read how we plan our retreats and what happened in April 2017!
Our vacation policy was: Take some. But we noticed that some employees weren’t taking enough. Now our policy is: Take at least 20 days off a year.
We created a system for sharing positive and negative customer feedback internally. It has helped us raise team morale and improve cohesion!
We continue to truck along nicely, executing on our vision. 2016 was yet another record year for us, with sales almost reaching $6.6 million.
Hello friends! We're excited to introduce to you the two newest members of the Balsamiq family, Stefano Gozzi and Philip Nittenberg!
Customer service can be hard when you're on the receiving end of an angry call. Brendan offers some ideas for empathizing with your customers.
We are always exploring new ways to connect with our community and reciprocate their love and support. We give free licenses to educators and do-gooders, we open-source part of...
More and more companies are embracing remote working. For those who are considering it or have just made the leap, there are a lot of resources to learn from,...
Giving gifts is a win-win situation. You make customers happy, cultivate loyalty, and get good marketing results simply by being generous and grateful. Today we want to share our...
Hello, friends of Balsamiq! Our not-so-little-anymore team keeps on growing! Today I would like to introduce to you our two new team members: Drew Lafferty and Liz Green! Drew...
We've made it easy for anyone with a Github account to submit edits to our documentation. As we've written about before, improving our documentation has been a focus of...
Annual retreats have become an essential part of working together at Balsamiq. From our first gathering as an entire company in 2010, we realized seeing each other face to...
Hello friends of Balsamiq! This is the last installment of our 5-part mini-series of posts about how we do marketing. Here's the full list: The Balsamiq Mantras The Balsamiq...
Hello friends of Balsamiq! This is part 4 of our 5-part mini-series of blog posts about how we do marketing. Here's the full list: The Balsamiq Mantras The Balsamiq...