Here at Canecom we have switched to working remotely several years ago and (knock on wood) it has worked out brilliantly for us. It took us a while to adapt to the new method but with a few simple rules we could get everything under control and make our everyday work schedule really efficient.
You have the greatest idea ever, it is going to be a huge hit, the stars are all aligned so now it is time to jump in and start developing it. Whether it is a small website, a huge e-commerce webshop or the next mobile app to conquer the app store there are some repeating patterns we often see and some mistakes we are also guilty of so we have collected 7 tips that helped us improving on budgeting, resource management and also estimating development times.
We have decided to try the distributed team model in 2017. In these series of blog posts we will share our experience and what we have learned about this rather large change in work method and company organisation and how it affected our team.
Nagyon jó hírünk van: Innovációs díjat nyert a Könyvelő kAPPtár alkalmazás!! A Német-Magyar Ipari és Kereskedelmi Kamara a PENTA UNIÓ Zrt. általunk fejlesztett Könyvelő kAPPtár tanuló mobilapplikációjának ítélte oda a 2018. évi Szakképzési Díját innováció kategóriában.
Miért fontos, hogy a fejlesztési projekt megfelelő specifikációval legyen ellátva? Körülbelül olyan kérdés ez, minthogy: kell-e egy nyolcemeletes lakóparkhoz részletes építkezési terv? Fontos, hogy lehetőleg minden részletre kiterjedjen? Igen, kell! Igen, fontos!
Hogyan tud egy könyvelés, statisztika, számvitel tananyagokkal foglalkozó oktatási szervezet hatékonyan megjelenni mobil felületen, milyen kapcsolódó rendszerekre van szükség? Ezzel a céllal készült el a Könyvelő kAPPtár alkalmazás, amelyről ez a blog bejegyzés szól.
Over the course of the past few years, we have designed and developed hundreds of mobile apps. We made some of these applications for large companies, some for startups and we have made a couple as our own products. We always focused on some of the core areas where we felt we have great expertise. Two of these areas are messaging and communication. We always felt that this should be one of the most important reasons someone would use their smartphone to download software. Later on, this was validated with a large amount of data, both from analytics and feedback.
A couple of weeks ago we finally put our hands on some Apple Watch. The guys in the office were eager to test it, although we knew that in the current version there are way too many limitations. The results were mixed and instead of making one post, we have decided to give a chance for some of our developers to tell their experience with their own words.
Last week an awesome event took place in Dallas, TX, where we validated an interesting case using an iBeacon supported mobile app at a conference. This is the second time we used the Bluetooth enabled device with our mobile solution and the result is outstanding. We got higher user engagement and more efficient communication, since 90% of the visitors used the app all event along.