Design Systems: Using Sketch to Manage Rebranding Interruptions
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Design Systems: Using Sketch to Manage Rebranding Interruptions

Have you ever planned a five-course dinner party? It starts with selecting multiple recipes, then shopping and preparing all the […]

Lean UX & Agile Work Wonders Together
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Lean UX & Agile Work Wonders Together

There’s nothing more frustrating than spending hours and hours working on something only to find out it isn’t exactly what […]

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Digitally transform operations by optimizing legacy processes

June 1, 2019 By Sukumar Sambasivam and Thanneer Malai for Beta News Every company these days is on a path […]

In Over Your Head With Your Database? Here are 5 Signs It's Time to Go NoSQL
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In Over Your Head With Your Database? Here are 5 Signs It’s Time to Go NoSQL

You’ve got database drama. You’ve tuned and tuned, but your queries are still taking forever, and when they come back, […]

Agile and UX Teams Deliver Better Together
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Agile & UX Teams Deliver Better Together

Agile methodology and development teams that subscribe to this mindset aim to answer the question, “Can we build this product?” But they might be missing the mark by not asking, “Should we build this product? Do our customers want or need this?”

Minimum Lovable Product is the New MVP
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Minimum Lovable Product is the New MVP

Arguably the biggest benefit of implementing agile product development is the continuous feedback loop that is created by releasing product […]

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The Trifecta of Project Management
Understanding User Experience (UX) and Its Importance
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Understanding User Experience (UX) and Its Importance

If you’re not thinking about your customer’s user experience, you should be. Understanding users and their needs and preferences is […]

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What Is Agile?
The Secret to Balancing Cost, Quality and Time: Does It Have to be a Compromise
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The Secret to Balancing Quality, Cost and Time: Does It Have to be a Compromise?

The short answer is, no. For years, companies have struggled with managing the constraints presented in the project management triangle. […]

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