How do developers build products that make both their colleagues and product owners happy? The answer lies in operations. Operations effectively break code into maintainable pieces that are more easily refined, tested, and built upon over time, qualities that are essential to high-performing and scalable applications.
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How should UX team leads staff a project? UX/UI skillsets overlap to the point where, in many cases, one designer can combine both roles in her work with a client. But when it comes to large scale projects, product owners and design leads alike are wise to split UX and UI roles and conquer distinct requirements.
What must businesses know about healthcare data management that on software that is HIPAA compliant? Most business leaders can intuit some of the key steps to securing digital solutions in healthcare settings, but missing even just one component could derail strategic plans to build products in digital health markets.
How can businesses validate software functionality without stretching their budget? The answer lies in alpha testing. While development efforts continue as normal, software developers take on the role of alpha testers, identifying and resolving issues early in their work and before third party testers are needed.
What’s the secret to overcoming IoT security challenges? Non-passive data collection and ensuring adherence to typical security protocols are key steps. It’s not necessary to reinvent the wheel, but seeking help from a third party monitoring service may help scale security efforts to a growing IoT solution.
How important is speed to market? Are you building an MVP first? UX and UI designers can help to guide projects toward success as early as project kick-off. From communicating best practices for an operating system to weighing in on feature prioritization, stakeholders should look to designers for key intelligence.