Should you outsource your UX design? In most cases, we’re solidly in the pro-outsourcing camp. We outline some of our top reasons why UX design should be outsourced along with the rest of your project.
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Starting a new mobile app on both iOS and Android today? There are many frameworks to consider, and they all come with their own pros and cons. Read on for a detailed comparison of Native SDKs, React Native, Xamarin, Xamarin Forms, and Cordova.
In this post, Senior .NET Developer Dimitar Zhelev describes how to structure a web application. Dive into a high level overview of web APIs, discover why multilayer architecture is a good thing, and learn how to split an application into layers.
Don’t waste time, money, and energy developing products or features that you aren’t sure people will want or use. Instead, develop a user experience strategy and keep your team focused on solving the right problems for your target users.
Micro animations are an oft-overlooked element of design. They may be small and mostly subtle, but they require careful planning and execution between designers and developers. It’s a good idea to think ahead to how these elements should factor into your project’s design scope and cost.
Great ideas for software are doomed if the requirements remain unclear. But where do you start? While a pre-defined template can offer important guidelines for your project, technical teams need more than just a template to successfully develop software. The best software starts with a conversation.
What serves the needs of both QA specialists and end users? Using the BDD Testing Framework and Cucumber together, QAs can focus more on testing against customer needs and meet accessibility criteria more easily. It’s a step forward for the quality assurance discipline that creates more inclusion for users.
Wondering how to find an app developer? After vetting a few of their options, business leaders will likely encounter five different kinds of developers. Regardless of the development route you pursue, make sure you’re asking candidates the right questions.
What does it take to deliver more value to end users with less effort? Wireframes. Low fidelity wireframes in particular are easy to draft but powerful when driving alignment between key stakeholders before the more complicated and resource-intensive work has begun. An easy step, but not one to skip.
Without proper planning business leaders can miss the value provided by a dedicated development team. On demand data, project transparency, and periodic progress reviews help businesses make the most of developers’ knowledge and align everyone around critical goals.