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09/16/20

Starting a software development project on the right foot

Building software is hard, there is no silver bullet that makes it easy. But hiring an outside partner makes it simpler, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Working with an agency can oftentimes fail to meet expectations. You commit to a long term project and they start writing code...

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08/31/20

Sink or swim: the cost of doing nothing

Change is the only constant in business. (Well, in life really!) Take a look at your industry—do things look different today than they did 20 years ago? What about even just five years ago, or one year ago? There’s likely been some advancement that overhauled how you do things. Maybe...

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08/21/20

Fireside chats with Gaslight's Brandon Autrey

This week we have Brandon, the newest member of the Gaslight crew and we’re so excited to have him!

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07/29/20

Why you should build your app from a kid's perspective

We can learn so much from watching and interacting with kids. Their tiny, malleable minds experience the world innocently, and while this allows them to try new things with little hesitation, it also lets them quickly ditch things they don’t like, because there’s something else new and interesting within arm’s...

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06/24/20

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...

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06/17/20

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...

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