Offshore. Onshore. Nearshore. And now, Noshore. The distinction between these words is simply a reflection of what is familiar and what is unfamiliar. While the notion of offshore revolutionized software development, it’s still relatively unheard of for UX design. We’re changing that.
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We’re excited to grow our executive leadership team with two new VPs: Jessica Anderson as VP of Finance and Administration and David Tran as VP of Solutions. Both are roles are integral to our continued growth and success.
Today is Earth Day — an important global holiday celebrating sustainability efforts and drawing awareness to environmentally-friendly practices around the globe. With that in mind, we thought we’d shine a light on some of the simple sustainability initiatives we’ve implemented around our offices.
Many people who grew up in the U.S. learned how to swim at some point during their childhood. In Bulgaria, this isn’t the case. With limited opportunities to encounter water, a large percentage of adults in the country never learned how to swim. Enter: Foss Swim School.
Flutter is Google’s new open-source mobile software development kit (SDK) that allows native apps to be built on both iOS and Android from a single codebase. We take a look at the nuts and bolts of Flutter, how it differs from its competitors, and put to some real-world tests.
Usability testing is a flexible user research method that can be conducted in a variety of different ways depending upon a product’s maturity within the development cycle and what information you want to learn from users. There are four types of usability tests: Exploratory, Assessment, Validation, and Comparison.