It’s hard to enjoy your fulfillment and professional satisfaction when you have to deal with annoying nonsense at work. We asked our developers what annoys them the most in their job.
We have known for decades that lectures are a bad way to teach. But until recently, we didn’t have a better way. Until EdTech.
ADHD and Dyslexia come with difficulties that most users experience, to a much smaller extent. So we believe every UX designer should know them.
What makes software developers enjoy their job and feel like it helps them in achieving personal goals? Here’s what our programmers said.
Thanks to ridiculous tax and legal incentives, Dublin has become the favorite destination for multinational tech giants. It will also become the next EU startup central, attracting the attention of key players like TheMasters.io.
We remember people better when we meet them in person. And remembering someone as a living human makes it easier to continue a working relationship with them.
Customer support is no longer the number people call to waste their afternoon on listening to an underpaid consultant reading off a script. It’s where users come to help you build a better product – if you’re there to listen.
Here’s how we make sure that bringing in our developers doesn’t disturb your codebase and taking over the code after us is an easy transition.
When your revenue relies on customers renewing their subscription every month, you have no choice but to view them as people. Their patience is limited, their loyalty is only as big as yours, and relying on word-of-mouth marketing makes their good word worth every minute spent on nurturing the relationship.
Let’s talk about espionage. Let’s think about how lucky you are when there’s someone more experienced and successful in your niche – someone you can learn from in express time.