You shouldn’t have to speak developer. The teams you work with should be able to explain in simple terms what they’re doing and they’re up to. You shouldn’t be confused by what they are saying. A good development team can explain the issues or code in simple terms to provide you with an understanding of […]
When you meet with your consultants or developers give them the whole picture, the whole big picture. Don’t think that they can’t handle that at the start and don’t only provide the scope you think will fit within the budget you’ve got. The initial process of designing software is similar to an architect who has […]
Wire-frames are a critical tool in conveying your idea for an app, system or platform. It really allows you to get the nuance of your ideas across to those who will transform it into reality. When your team only has text to follow it’s still open to interpretation how it will look, if the design […]
Here are 2 simple principles that you can apply to your software development project. We can sometimes get carried away when innovating and designing technology. Here is a way to can help you bring back your focus for the big picture vision to the what your MVP Must have.
Who has an old Proprietary System or multiple systems? Are there bugs that you just know are there and everyone has developed a workaround to help them achieve what they need to? You really need to assess these systems and determine how much time is wasted working around them, or copying data between them to […]
Has there ever been a better time to be an SME? With the rapid changes in technology, the opportunities are endless. Being an SME gives you an edge over large enterprises. You can be more nimble, make quick decisions, try new things, build new products, test and evolve your thinking at a far greater rate. […]
The term Agile is thrown around a lot but it means is we’ll throw some budget at it and develop something. When something is delivered we’ll measure and asses what worked what didn’t and then move forward with our learnings. We focus on a managed agile approach which starts with a base framework and product. […]
One of the biggest mistakes a business can make when developing software is failing to implement a continuously release strategy. This increases the risks, support and builds expectations on a release. Worst of all, if you have features sitting in a test site for months on end, you are missing out on efficiencies that the […]