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Dresscode Tech

Dresscode Tech
Made in the USA

Maker Story

Learn To Code

Dresscode Tech’s coding bracelets do more than make an empowering statement—though that certainly is true. One also unlocks a coding lesson and a whole new world of learning for girls and women.

Each metal bracelet bears a mantra in binary code and comes with access to a beginner lesson in HTML, JavaScript, or CSS on Dresscode Tech’s secure platform.

Co-founders Kayte Malik and Bryan Grubert both wanted to make a way to encourage girls and women to get interested in STEM. Kayte wanted to turn the tide on the dwindling number of women in tech fields and Bryan wanted girls like his daughter to be more engaged in math and science.

We appreciate the duo’s interactive, gift-with-meaning approach that pairs subtly personalized jewelry with a hands-on learning experience. And we applaud their mission of introducing more girls and women to coding.

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Discovered 1/24/2019

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Made in the USA

Maker Story

Learn To Code

Dresscode Tech’s coding bracelets do more than make an empowering statement—though that certainly is true. One also unlocks a coding lesson and a whole new world of learning for girls and women.

Each metal bracelet bears a mantra in binary code and comes with access to a beginner lesson in HTML, JavaScript, or CSS on Dresscode Tech’s secure platform.

Co-founders Kayte Malik and Bryan Grubert both wanted to make a way to encourage girls and women to get interested in STEM. Kayte wanted to turn the tide on the dwindling number of women in tech fields and Bryan wanted girls like his daughter to be more engaged in math and science.

We appreciate the duo’s interactive, gift-with-meaning approach that pairs subtly personalized jewelry with a hands-on learning experience. And we applaud their mission of introducing more girls and women to coding.