Doing business means facing the risks. When you launch your product you always have a chance to fail. There are many reasons for that. So why not to focus on creating a minimum viable product (MVP) at first and minimize your risks? In this article we will show you 7 considerable points, why do you need an MVP.
Do you remember our article about the most popular RoR gems? There we created the scope of gems are still in use from 2014. Using them you’ll definitely make your work simpler because all you need is already created. But “the times they are a-changin'” as Bob Dylan said. So today we have even better gems to share with you. Syndicode has found a treasure chest with 7 gems to provide better RoR architecture.
When we receive a new project, our work starts with a phase of investigation and understanding of the challenge. Syndicode collects all kind of information about the company, competitors, benchmarks, analogs, and the potential or actual customers. In simple words, we provide a customer research to find the value proposition. Let’s find out what is the value proposition in UX design.
Do you know how to run an app in multiple spots? Yes, this situation can happen when another team in your company wants to run your amazing already deployed app within their new app. We found the meaningful article of Cory House about how to use three patterns for running the same app in multiple spots. Read and add 3 web reusing strategies to your bookmarks.
To be honest, every next digest we publish is a clone of the previous one. Because we talk about the same topics and use the same storytelling model. But why it should be different if the way we have chosen is optimal? The news is interesting and different, and the descriptions are coherent, clear and laconic. So we cloning our digest but we do this with the creative approach. Enjoy our Syndicode Digest #30 – Artful Clone!
Dear designers, what skills you include in your CV when applying for the new job? Let’s compare what you think is important to what is considered important by the employers according to UXPin enterprise UX industry report. Syndicode will tell you what soft skills and knowledge expected from UX designers today.
When you create an application (whatever idea is standing behind) you have to earn money on it. And if there are no investors or predefined mechanisms how to generate income with it, you should consider monetization. In this article, we will tell your about preferred ways of monetization, based on the survey provided by App Annie. From the experience of more than 12 thousand of developers, business owners, and marketers you will find a proper way how to monetize your app.
When you think of web or mobile development you imagine programmers and designers. But there are more people who play a key role but stay in the shadow. Their work is also challenging and hard. Last time we presented you the article about skills and duties of a software architect and today we will talk about product managers. What do you know about the role of the product manager?
Last time we showed you how to deploy Elixir on Elastic Beanstalk. But as an agency with Rails among favorite frameworks, Syndicode would like to share with you the tutorial on how to deploy a Rails app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. By the way, we’re looking for the Rails developer!
The main point of the design is to amaze users. When you developed some nice functionality, remember that without an appropriate design it would be not discovered by the users. Because the first thing they see is the product’s wrapping. Motion design is one of the most powerful solutions to accent the way product works. Discover the power of motion design!
What is the first thing comes to your mind when you think of turtle? The slowness or tardiness? That is true, but these features have one extreme advantage. When you don’t hurry, you’re able to enjoy your work and be more attentive. So, don’t hurry when you do something important and take an example from the wise turtle. Read our Syndicode Digest #29 – Billing Turtle.