We’re joining 10up.

The Lift UX team has been acquired by 10up, a digital agency best known for their industry leading expertise in WordPress design and development. If you haven’t heard of 10up, you will. They truly build the Internet, crafting many of the high-traffic websites you visit each and every day. 10up has been around almost as long as we have, growing from a team of one to 120+ full time experts distributed around the world in just a few short years. What they’ve been able to accomplish in such a short period of time is nothing short of impressive.

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together."

As our clients and partners know, we are huge advocates of remote work, user experience design, and the WordPress platform. Working with clients like AMC Networks, eBay, The Next Web, and GoDaddy, we’ve accomplished huge things with our unique focus on UX design married to WordPress as our platform of choice. From Emmy-nominated second screen apps to major publishing platforms, we’ve done it all.

We’re excited to bring our experience to a team that is absolutely crushing it in their own right. Throughout our conversations with 10up’s leadership, we observed a rare opportunity to combine our people, experience, and leadership to quickly surpass what either of us can accomplish alone, advancing 10up’s mission to make a better web.

What happens next?

After working on this acquisition for many months, we are excited to fully merge operations and join 10up effective immediately. We are honored to be assuming roles where we will have a hand in shaping our shared future. As the Lift UX brand fades into 10up, we will gradually retire assets like this website as we incorporate Lift UX’s story into a broader, shared 10up story.

In terms of products, RemoteJobs.com is coming along for the ride, reflecting our shared interest in making remote work “work.”

We want to thank everyone who made Lift UX a special company: current/former employees, spouses, families, partners, vendors, contractors, and the millions of people who have executed code we’ve written or used apps we’ve designed.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

This is the beginning of a new adventure alongside some of the best and brightest people in the world.

Read more about the acquisition on the official 10up blog.

Onward and upward,
Brad, Chris and the Lift UX team