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Remote Discovery Work:Tips and tricks for the remote transition
The most effective way to begin solving any problem, discovery is important, collaborative work that helps us to move forward into design and development with confidence. It’s the time at the beginning of any custom software project where the team gets acclimated; better understands the goal to be accomplished, better...
Agile Process in the COVID-19 Crisis
Things changed overnight for one of our clients and our team. With the call to implement a stay-at-home order came an immediate influx in site traffic and a drastic shift in feature prioritization. The team had to work toward being proactive in this situation as opposed to reactive and work...
How Divvy helped us make the move to remote work
When we made the move to remote work our weekly catered team lunches naturally had to change in format. As described here, we decided to make a conscious effort to support our local economy and enable employees to order out lunch from a local restaurant. If we had to do...
Full-Time Staffing vs Digital Product Agency
You’re ready to hire a developer! Great job! You’ve done all the work to convince your boss there’s a need for custom software. You put all the pieces in place to get a budget approved to hire and figure out where they’ll go and what they’ll do. Hiring developers is...
Leaner & Meaner: Taking Small Mighty Teams One Step Further
So, this is part two following a post I wrote about Why We Prefer Small Mighty Teams we we looked at why the size and make up of a team is important. My goal here is to look at some other tactics we use to up the mighty-ante. The cool...
What ‘Better Together’ looks like when we’re not together
It’s probably accurate to say that few of us expected even 10 days ago to be in the social situation we have today. Our communities, schools, workplaces, country, and even the world have dramatically changed seemingly overnight, temporarily altering our normal social and economic lives. Like other software consultancies still...