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Design Products 2016.12.21

What if I told you all product design is trapped in rectangles?

Jacek Suwalski UX Designer 8 min read

Help! Someone turned my thoughts into words and trapped them in a giant rectangle. You can only save me by reading this text! You can treat this part as a TL;DR of this blog post.…

Products 2016.11.24

Mastering online meetings. Turn a hurdle race into a well-oiled digital collaboration

Katarzyna Zakrzewska Project Manager 3 min read

In Agile software development, the effectiveness of online meetings is often a matter of life and death of a given project. But how to conduct a successful event when your team is distributed all over…

Products 2016.11.22

Agile methods don’t exist. What does, then?

Jan Ambroziewicz Project Manager 5 min read

Agile is Dead, Long Live Agility. 15 years after the birth of the Manifesto, many of us still don’t get what Dave Thomas meant, and why the heck this meaningful adjective started to work as…

Products 2016.09.12

Time and materials vs fixed price: what costs you more?

Maciej Cielecki 10Clouds CEO 5 min read

Whether you are a business owner or customer, you may be wondering about which pricing model will be most beneficial for you. Let’s have a look at the main differences between the two available models,…

Products 2016.03.31

How to avoid rejection when submitting your app to App Store

Maciej Cielecki 10Clouds CEO 13 min read

If you recently finished developing an iOS app and feel you are ready to submit it to the app store for approval, think twice before making your submission. The approval process tends to be a hurdle that many people, don’t see coming. To help with this process, 10Clouds has provided a helpful guide and App Store Submission Checklist that will help you properly prepare for submission. Following this checklist will help you avoid delays that can wreck havoc to your project’s timeline.

Products 2016.02.05

5 ways you win when developing your idea in Scrum

Jan Ambroziewicz Project Manager 3 min read

Scrum is just 15 pages of rules and guidelines, but some say it has changed the way people feel and think about creating products. It all started in the IT industry, but in fact you…