It’s okay to be a little nervous when you first start working with an outsourced development team.
After all, ordering a remote team to code for you can feel like putting your eggs in some mysterious basket. Hidden in a black box. Hundreds of kilometers away. And still expecting a return on investment!
But it doesn’t have to feel that way. No matter the time or space, a remote team can work with you almost as closely as if they were right beside you.
In 2018, software houses have the tools and proven practices to make that happen.
Team composition is one of the key aspects you need to consider when launching a software development project.
The value of some roles is clear from the get-go. For example, developers and testers write and test the code, respectively. However, roles such as Product Owner or Scrum Master are a little less straightforward.
So why do you need a Product Owner?
That’s the question we’ll be answering in this article, from both your perspective and the perspective of your development team, highlighting the potential benefits.
Tell me, honestly: do you have any money on you?
No, I’m not suggesting you’re broke or asking about your account balance; I’m talking about cold, hard cash that you actually, physically carry in your wallet.
None? Thought so. Me, neither.
Debit and credit cards are becoming more and more ubiquitous these days. As a result, people are less and less likely to carry cash.
In this article, I’d like to take you through the evolution of online banking, both in Poland and globally, by showcasing apps and trends you should definitely keep an eye on.
The internet is composed of input fields.
Whether it’s signing up for a social media platform, conducting ecommerce credit card transactions, or applying for a financial product within an online banking system, filing a form is the first and/or final step of nearly every action you perform on the internet.
Working in a Product Design team brings many possibilities to design (and redesign) application forms.
In this article, I’ll present some general guidelines and best practices for application form design.