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The Minimum Viable Product Approach to Software Development

[fa icon="user"] Caitlin Whitworth [fa icon="calendar"]  Feb 10, 2021 9:00:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) can get a bad reputation with software developers, but it shouldn’t. When implemented effectively, an MVP is a tool that allows lean development and product teams to determine the potential of a product before investing substantial amounts of time and money. Using this approach helps teams gain practical insights and feedback on their initial product. The process helps shape later versions and allows for more efficient development, ultimately creating less technical debt and more profitable products. Here’s a quick overview of the MVP approach, how it works, and its benefits.

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5 Step Agile Approach to a Productive Requirements Gathering Phase

[fa icon="user"] Caitlin Whitworth [fa icon="calendar"]  Oct 28, 2020 8:49:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

Product requirements are the foundation on which a project is built. They define a clear direction and vision that will be used throughout the project, from architecture decisions to budgetary recommendations. Coming up with clear requirements isn’t easy, and if not done correctly, can have lasting implications. The project could easily come in over budget, or the final product ends up not wanted, needed, useful – or even worse - doesn’t function.

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3 Steps to Conduct a Successful Agile Project Kick-Off Meeting

[fa icon="user"] Caitlin Whitworth [fa icon="calendar"]  Aug 19, 2020 9:30:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

You’ve gone through the design and discovery phase, have the project roadmap, and may have even signed a contract with a software consultant. Now what? It’s time for a project kick-off! This step in the software development process is essential because it lays the foundation for the entire project. Here are three steps we use to conduct a successful Agile project kick-off.

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Why Every Project Should Start with a Design Thinking Phase

[fa icon="user"] Caitlin Whitworth [fa icon="calendar"]  May 20, 2020 9:30:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

Taking on new projects, such as building an enterprise portal, doing a website redesign, or upgrading software or systems, can be risky business. They require a significant investment of time, money, and resources, and the returns can be elusive. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. Implementing a design thinking phase at the start of your project is a great way to ensure a successful outcome.

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Stability as a Core Concept in Software Development

[fa icon="user"] Caitlin Whitworth [fa icon="calendar"]  Jan 15, 2020 10:15:00 AM [fa icon="comments-o"] 0 Comments

Many of us have experienced long-standing issues with a particular product component (ugh! that one checkout cart feature) or the product as a whole. If the product is customer-facing, this can have serious ramifications for your customers, company reputation, and profit margins. If the product is internal facing, it can impact workflows and employee efficiency.

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