unified

Community/Sponsors

Sponsors

Maintaining the collective, developing new projects, keeping everything fast and secure, and helping users, is a lot of work. Financial support lets the team spend more time maintaining existing projects and developing new ones. To support unified, become a sponsor or backer on OpenCollective.

  1. GatsbyJS

  2. Vercel

    Develop. Preview. Ship. – Creators of nextjs.org, the Jamstack framework.

  3. Netlify

    Netlify is everything you need to build fast, modern websites: continuous deployment, serverless functions, and so much more.

  4. Holloway

    We publish Guides for navigating life’s complexities.

  5. ThemeIsle

  6. BoostIO

    The open source enthusiastic collective.

  7. Expo

  8. Morgan Craft

    Technical Operator, Entrepreneur, Startup Advisor

  9. Frontend Masters

    ⚡️ In-Depth JavaScript, Node.js & Front-End Engineering Courses

  10. Lars Trieloff

  11. Open Collective Inc

    We are on a mission to create a new generation of association, transparent by design

  12. François Hodierne

    French in Berlin. Husband. Dad. Web Technologist.

  13. Tierney Cyren

    ⬡.js / Senior Cloud Developer Advocate

  14. Compositor

    Modern tools for designers & developers

  15. Daan van der Zwaag

    Design Technologist

  16. Alex Leon

  17. Shawn Allen

    Design systems nerd

  18. Kyle Smith

  19. Tomasz Czajęcki

  20. Ricky de Laveaga

    🔨 Building fresh packages...

  21. Sindre Sorhus

    Open Sourcerer

  22. Dan Burzo

  23. Victor Felder

  24. Jin Zhao

  25. Daniel O'Connor

  26. Vincent Kempers

  27. Theodore Chu

    I support free and open source projects.

  28. Thinkmill

  29. 1337 Lawyers

  30. Xavier Damman

    Entrepreneur sharing ideas in copyleft

  31. RADWEBHOSTING.COM

    VPS and Dedicated Server Hosting

  32. Kevin Smith

  33. Pelle Wessman

    Tech lead @ HD-Sydsvenskan, open source contributor and IndieWeb participant

  34. Triplebyte

    Triplebyte is the first software engineering job platform that is on the developer's side. Take our coding quiz!

  35. See Yishu