A full rebuild — how do you know it’s time?
At a certain point in any software product’s lifecycle, the question has to be asked: Is it time for a full rebuild of our software? It may not be in a month or a year or 5 years… but eventually, the question has to be asked. No software product exists...
Developer confidence: How much do you trust your dev team?
Developer confidence is a fickle beast. Too much confidence in your development team can lead to a lack of strategic oversight and shoddy QA. Too little confidence, and you’ll end up micromanaging your team to death. But either way, developer confidence is crucial to the success of any software development...
Change Your Mindset Before You Build Software in 2023
Minimum viable product is the old way to measure software readiness. This no longer fits the modern software consumer or app user. We suggest you look at software differently - your success depends on it!
3 Reasons Users Abandon Apps
Users abandon apps for good reason. Luckily, app owners can do something about it. Here are a few reasons for user attrition and remedies to prevent it.
5 Software Developer Red Flags to Watch Out For
If you know what to look for, you can spot a shoddy developer early on. Learn how to recognize software developer red flags!
5 Reasons to Press Pause on a Software Development Project
Remember the Staples “EASY” button? We like to joke that during the software design and development process, there should be a similar button handy. Except instead of saying EASY, it would say PAUSE. During software creation, it’s easy to lose sight of the forest for the trees. Both the tiny...
Do They Love You? Building a Software MLP
There’s no easy way to say it – most software development standards are far too low. In lean software development (a methodology designed to minimize company waste and maximize customer value), the minimum viable product (MVP) is the goal. Minimum viable product refers to building the app or software such...
Is Your Software Development Timeline Off Track? How to Know.
Software projects, whether built in-house or by a development partner, often run long. Not only does this usually equate to a more expensive product, a delayed project can mean being beaten to market by a competitor. Poor planning that prolongs software development timelines is costly and can be a reason...
Skimp on Software Maintenance? Only If You’re Willing to Pay the Price
Software success is a long game. No app or software product is flashy, anticipated, or popular enough to overcome failure to maintain. Failure to maintain occurs when developers don’t respond to (or predict and prevent) bugs, reported issues, operating system updates, and other things that degrade the user experience. Poor...
The Importance Of Continuous Iteration In Product Development
Product development is an ongoing process. Not only does there need to be iteration of ideas in the initial creation process, but once you have a solid product it is also crucial to keep working through ideas in order to improve the product. In an iterative design process, your product...
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