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Provides tips for better managing your website, web applications and inbound marketing efforts.

Custom or Framework? 3 Potential Tradeoffs in Web App Creation

Your business is growing, you're starting a new business, you're scaling a current company. These, among many other reasons, are why people seek out developers for web app creation. Some shops prefer to use frameworks such as Wordpress or others to build out web apps for their clients. Other shops prefer to build things from scratch. There's pros a...

Posted By Dwayne McGowan | 6/23/2017 1:44:40 PM

​Waterfall Vs. Agile, why agile is better for the client and project

It's simple--Agile is a better method because of its flexibility in the design process. Unlike the Waterfall model with its standard linear workflow, Agile allows developers and designers to address issues that typically crop up in the development process. Users can do this at any point in the design process without having to go back to the drawin...

Posted By Dwayne McGowan | 6/19/2017 5:51:07 PM

​What to Look For in Mobile Application Development Companies

Let's say you have an excellent idea for a mobile application that would greatly benefit your consumer base. Let's also say that the daily operations of your business doesn't allow much time to create said app in-house. What's a person to do? Never fear! Here are some guidelines to consider when choosing a mobile application development firm. The ...

Posted By Dwayne McGowan | 5/9/2017 6:08:41 PM

Breaking Things Down. Splitting User Stories in Agile Development

Software projects can get out of hand quickly. Often, the problem lies in the requirements. Functions that were once thought simple and straightforward end up becoming a massive list of confusion, uncertainty, and frustration. These types of problems are easily avoided by striving towards good Agile principles. You accomplish this by building user ...

Posted By Dwayne McGowan | 4/27/2017 12:52:07 PM

5 tips on how to write user stories for use in Agile development

User stories within the scrum framework, a variation of Agile software development, describe the items needed for the product development team's backlog or feature list. The team will refer to the user stories on the top of the backlog during the upcoming work-block of two-to-four weeks (called a sprint). Members of the scrum (a cross-functional de...

Posted By Dwayne McGowan | 4/4/2017 8:50:18 AM