6 apps created using Flutter and what we can learn from them
Flutter has recently had its second birthday. While it is only entering toddlerhood, it has already achieved a great deal - achievements which many of its older competitors would be proud of. Since the first stable version of the framework was released at the Flutter Live event in .
How can you estimate the development cost of your app in 2021?
If you’ve got an idea for an app, one of the major questions that you’re likely to have is how much it will cost to build. Apps come in all shapes and sizes, and the development cost will largely be down to complexity which is closely linked to the amount of features that you want to include and the functionality that you need.
Message brokers - common design problems and how to solve them
In the previous part of this article series I presented an approach that can help you decide if a message broker is something you need in your application. To have a full picture you need to answer one more question: what is the cost of implementing such a system? (And we’re not talking about finance).
Building an air pollution tracker app: The UX journey
We sadly know that air pollution is a growing problem for many cities around the globe, not only in countries such as China, India and Pakistan, but also in several European cities. Air pollution has been linked to higher rates of cancer, heart disease, stroke, and respiratory diseases such as asthma.
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5 steps for preparing to outsource your digital product to a software house
Some time ago, we wrote an article about how to choose the agency partner, which featured all of the main questions that you should be asking in order to find an agency which truly fits your needs. We’ve worked with many clients over the years from ambitious start-ups to large enterprises and we’ve found that the most productive and effective relationships stemmed from great preparation on the client-side.
4 awesome solutions that came out of the CodeAbility Hackathon
What is it like to apply for work if you’re a candidate with a disability? In a nutshell - not easy. There are a number of elements at play. For a start, employers can be fearful of taking on staff with disabilities due to lack of knowledge about what they would need to provide, and what adjustments they may need to make to a candidate’s working environment.
CodeAbility Hackathon - what is it like to apply for work when you have a disability?
Maciej Machniewski is a Social Media Specialist working at WarsawJS. He is also a person living with a disability of the first degree: he suffers from spinal muscular atrophy. When he heard about the CodeAbility hackathon, he himself suggested a conversation that could explain to the participants of the event what accessing the job market is like for people with disabilities.
How to build digital products: three approaches
So you have a plan for building your awesome digital product. You’ve done all your market research. You might have even selected the technologies that you would like to use. What’s next? As the famous saying goes, there are ‘many ways to Rome’ and you likewise have a number of options when it comes to choosing the way in which your digital product gets created.
5 tips on product management in a time of crisis
As John Donne famously said, “No man is an island entire of itself,” and the same is true for products. The context in which a product operates can be the key to its success or failure, which is why every savvy product manager takes time to understand market conditions, conduct thorough user testing and track what the competition is up to.
Scrum Guide 2020 is live!
Three years after its last release Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland have announced the next iteration of The Scrum Guide. What are the key changes? And how can you align your work with the newest guidelines? Marcin Stępniak, 10C Senior Agile Project Manager summarises the key takeaways from the official Launch Event.
Branding essentials: The journey of creating a brand book
Recently we wrote about the role that illustrations play in building brand identity, and now we’re going a step further to describe the important role of brand books and brand manuals. We also wanted to share with you the process of creating a brand book, using the example of one of our clients, SEEEN.
6 lessons we can learn from company rebrands
Research shows that the average person is exposed to more than 5,000 brand messages every day. Among this noise, there are several successful brands which really stand out. All around the world, people recognize Google’s colourful logo which often forms the centrepiece of their screens, Coca-Cola’s slanted letters written in Spencerian script, and Nike’s tick.