Design Sprints: A Detailed Look At Your Week
“The classic 5-day design sprint — originally pioneered by Google — starts with a problem, a team of people, and open time on a calendar. The goal is that, by the end of the week, your team will have mapped out a prototype that has been tested on core users, helping you to get unstuck and move forward quickly. But what does that actually entail? In theory, it sounds like it could work, but how are days structured to ensure that achieving the goal is possible?”

Muddling Through The Middle Bits: What Comes After Junior And Before Senior

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Better: Fearless Feedback for Software Teams

Erika Languirand – Better: Fearless Feedback for Software Teams from Frontend Conference Zurich on Vimeo.

Case Study – Michigan First Credit Union
“We partnered with Michigan First to build a world-class banking app, with a quick and secure way for their members to access and manage their accounts, loans and other financial products. Additionally, the new app experience helped accomplish the goal of decreasing the number of branch visits and phone calls, helping the Michigan First team free up resources.”