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We offer Teams as a type of account here at CodePen. It’s for companies and organizations that want to use CodePen together. The members can still use CodePen as themselves, but they can switch over at anytime to be using CodePen as the Team they are a part of, meaning they can create or edit any Team-owned Pen, Collection, Post, or Asset. Plus it’s shared billing, so it makes that easier.
Gotta love these nclud! Not only did they host the super successful first Washington DC CodePen Meetup, but they built the system we use for RSVPs to those meetups. Check out this crazy scrolling demo they made:
CustomMade is an incredible site connecting people who make things and people who want something made. Pretty cool to see them experimenting with SVG and custom form UX:
RetailMeNot is an amazing site in that they provide coupons for major stores in a super easy to find and browse way. It’s fun to see them use CodePen for internal (but not really secret) team stuff.
Perhaps you’ve seen some of the “Sponsored Pens” we experimented with? We built that for Webflow who wanted to share some of the cool stuff you can do with their software here on CodePen, as part of their sponsorship. For example, how Symbols work in Webflow:
Lincoln Loop is home to Joni Trythall who through the very first Philidelphia CodePen Meetup right at the Lincoln Loop offices! They’ve been blogging a bunch, including my favorite thing ever #FlexboxFriday!
We eat our own dog food, of course! Right now, mostly we use it for designing the monthly Newsletters.
I have a Team for CSS-Tricks as well, where the whole Team over there can create and edit demos to make sure everything is up-to-date.
Exciting to see a Team use CodePen pre-launch! Mystery!
Thinkful is an online learning website offering 1-on-1 mentorship and loads of courses. Some of their coding challenges are here on CodePen. Seems like a fun way to learn!
All Wufoo‘s animated ads (which we are using here on CodePen as part of their recent sponsorship) are housed on CodePen.
You know Campaign Monitor. They design responsive emails that just work. They also design cool responsive Pens that just work:
Probably the Team over there unwinding a little bit &emdash; you can’t work on emails all the time!
Classy loader from these folks that got a good amount of love!
And that’s not all of course. We’ll have to make a cooler way to browse Teams in the future.