Think you can skip software design? Think again. Development teams know that talking to designers before writing code reduces wasted effort and boosts ROI. Review these UX terms, speak the same language as your design team, and build software that your users actuslly want to use.
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Digital health is not the Wild West anymore. Paths have been blazed and tripping points are better understood. Mobile apps are excellent tools for improving patient outcomes and data sharing. But before starting development, leaders should carefully consider whether to build vs buy software is better for business?
Connected healthcare isn’t the future. It’s right now. But digital health leaders often don’t have a good idea to use resources to improve their business model while providing valuable health solutions to consumers. This is their guide to success.
How do you deliver value to users through functions they don’t (yet) know they need? Technical user stories highlight critical backend features, which can help product owners prioritize requirements and control scope. Meanwhile, BAs determine how business requirements can amount to a quality UX.
How do you manage diverse data sets across multiple databases and maintain code quality? By leveraging EF Core, offered in a more lightweight and scalable model than previous versions, development teams help businesses streamline their technical strategy, not mention expenses thanks to its extensible architecture.
What do businesses miss without considering UI accessibility? There’s a chance that the latest design trend could also a turnoff to their users. Ultra violet may be the Pantone color of the year, but UI low accessibility will always hinder software designers from achieving enduring user engagement in their work.
Meet Tessa, MentorMate’s Project Administrator. With her background in the arts, she is used to getting creative and serving in diverse roles in order to achieve success. From removing development roadblocks to relaying requirements between clients and their teams, Tessa is invested in client satisfaction.