Fog Creek is now Glitch!
TLDR: We’ve renamed Fog Creek to Glitch to represent our single-minded focus on Glitch, and making it one of the most important creative communities on the Internet.
Back in 2000, two visionary founders, Joel Spolsky and Michael Pryor, envisioned a new tech company that would distinguish itself by the way it treated people — both its employees and its customers. Their belief was that being better to people would yield more invention, more innovation, and a much more pleasant place to work.
Well, they were right. The company they created, Fog Creek Software, has gone on to create multiple groundbreaking products and to help change the entire tech industry along the way.
From inventing Trello to co-creating Stack Overflow to pioneering bug tracking with FogBugz and launching other successful and influential products like Manuscript and Kiln and Copilot and CityDesk and many other experiments. Fog Creek has been a bastion of innovation for nearly two decades.
And today, we’re turning the page on that chapter for something new.
Glitch is the friendly community where everyone can discover and create the best stuff on the web.
From useful tools that solve problems at work, to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes. Glitch is a unique community where people have built over a million projects for you to discover, with new ones are popping up every day.
If you’re new to Glitch, just explore some of the featured projects or categories to check out fun games to play or try out handy little apps. It’s like a familiar App Store, but almost everything is free and created by regular people like you.
But if you don’t find exactly what you want, that’s where the magic happens.
With working example apps to remix, a code editor to modify them, instant hosting and deployment - anybody can build a web app on Glitch, for free.