Xamarin has a potential of speeding up development, being an inexpensive option for business. But cheap is not always the best when we need quality, stability and long-term maintenance. Let's explore potential downsides to using Xamarin as a development tool.
Does your business concentrate all its efforts on acquiring new customers? Great. But here’s the thing - existing customers are much more likely to buy from you again. If you’re not using any customer loyalty program, it's high time to come up with one. And here's how.
A few days ago, Anka, our Senior Project Manager, carried out a training session for our employees. She presented the essentials of KISS project management method, which allows her to manage all projects like a pro. And here's how she does it, step by step.
In July 2016 the U.N. declared access to the Internet a human right, stressing the importance of “providing and expanding access to the internet and for the internet to be open, accessible and nurtured.” Fast forward a year, you may have heard about the necessity to defend net neutrality. What's been going on?
Whether you are a product owner, project manager, UX professional or developer, you probably have one overarching goal when developing an app - ensuring that the next released version provides the best user experience and meets the needs of people using it. Luckily, you can easily achieve it with User-Centered Design.
It’s a good UX practice to show your users around when they first launch your app. While developing a mobile app, you can do it in various ways. We decided to opt for progressive user onboarding, as there was some not-so-obvious functionality that we wanted to make sure users get familiar with.