• Dec 15 2016

    Educating the Client: 5 Key Guidelines to Set Yourself up for Success

    BY: Ryan Teneyck
    If you are familiar with professional service companies specializing in Web Development or Digital Applications, then you are undoubtedly aware of the pressures and day-to-day struggles that come with meeting the demands of clients. Contrary to social folklore, the customer is not ALWAYS right, however they should always be HEARD. Instead of arguing and potentially losing a client, here are some helpful actions meant to prevent you or your company from constantly battling over the same ground.
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  • Dec 01 2016

    Understanding the Agile Process from the Client Perspective

    BY: Jason Vogel
    The Agile development methodology was formalized in 2001 and has become the leading process for software creation. Developers love the flexibility it gives by not requiring that everything be figured out up-front. But as a client, how can you feel comfortable signing a contract without already knowing exactly what you will get?
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  • Nov 17 2016

    Validated Learning using Google Analytics

    BY: Ryan Connolly
    The rising demand for getting a Minimal Viable Product (MVP) to the market as quickly as possible has highlighted the criticality of Validated Learning within the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC.) Throughout the remainder of this blog post, we’re going to apply 2 of the 5 principles in Eric Ries' book “The Lean Startup": (1) Validated Learning and (2) Build-Measure-Learn. Let’s consider our first scenario.
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  • Nov 03 2016

    Using the SharePoint API: With jQuery AJAX

    BY: Ryan Teneyck
    See just a few of the possibilities for using jQuery AJAX with the SharePoint Rest API to display content from custom lists to an internal page.
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  • Oct 20 2016

    Are you Designing with C.R.A.P.?

    BY: Brian Renew
    Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity are core design rules that unify design elements. These rules can be observed in all aspects of life with some basic understanding of the principals. In today’s day and age aesthetics are more important than ever which requires designers to stay true to fundamentals and core principals to create timeless designs, and to do this we must understand each one. Are you designing with C.R.A.P?
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