We are all born with the need to learn. To try things out, make mistakes, to inspect those mistakes and try again. And this shouldn’t stop when you walk through the doors at work.
Kirsten explains why we run a stakeholder workshop when kicking off a new project and the value it brings.
Our monthly roundup of anything we’re doing and learning in our own time. Eddy & Alex are learning GoLang (you can read Eddy’s initial thoughts on the language), Kirsten is reading Marshall B. Rosenberg’s ’Nonviolent Communication’ and Jay has been Geo Caching in preparation for hiking in the Moroccan mountains.
Dave explains our approach to testing an Angular single page app, using unit testing, generative testing, and E2E testing
Our monthly roundup of anything we’re doing and learning in our own time. Dave has some interesting command line tools, Jay’s got some open-source alchemy, and there’s a running theme of art.
Following on from a sketching session, we’ll begin our process of prototyping ideas and testing our solutions on end users before designing a product that we’re all happy with.
All great ideas start with pen and paper, and digital products shouldn’t be an exception. We’ll sketch out early ideas for your product or feature together, combining our UX expertise with your understanding of the users.