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What is a Progressive Web App (PWA)? Explain it like I'm five

September 14th, 2022, posted in for_founders, tech_stuff
by Saiona

What is a Progressive Web App (PWA)? Explain it like I'm five

Promising to combine the best of web and mobile, PWA has the potential of a game-changing technology. As with any hot topic, it's surrounded by a lot of questions and related terminology.
How to estimate user stories for improved planning

August 18th, 2022, posted in for_founders
by Saiona

How to estimate user stories for improved planning

Half of the work of providing good estimates is writing good user stories, as we`ve seen in this series. Now it`s time to look at how to estimate them for improved planning.
Turning your UI/UX designs into user stories

July 28th, 2022, posted in for_founders
by Saiona

Turning your UI/UX designs into user stories

This is the second article in a three-part series called “A design-first approach to writing great user stories”. In the series, we talk about why we need to approach product discovery in a more visual way and how to do that in order to write better user stories.
How to use UI/UX as a tool to discuss, clarify and agree on app requirements

July 11th, 2022, posted in for_founders
by Saiona

How to use UI/UX as a tool to discuss, clarify and agree on app requirements

This is the first article in a three-part series called “A design-first approach to writing great user stories”. In the series, we talk about why we need to approach product discovery in a more visual way and how to do that in order to write better user stories.
A design-first approach to writing great user stories

July 4th, 2022, posted in for_founders
by Saiona

A design-first approach to writing great user stories

Product Discovery has relied far too long on user stories as a tool for gathering requirements. What if design can serve the same purpose, but more effectively? What if this in turn leads to writing better user stories?
How to build a successful software product. Interview with UPDIVISION`s CEO and co-founder

June 27th, 2022, posted in for_founders, news
by admin

How to build a successful software product. Interview with UPDIVISION`s CEO and co-founder

Our CEO talked in a recent interview about working with founders to build software products that really deliver.
Four questions to get the big picture. How to strike up a productive conversation about the app you need to build.

May 14th, 2020, posted in for_founders
by admin

Four questions to get the big picture. How to strike up a productive conversation about the app you need to build.

These questions will help us understand your business, your customers, your short-term and long-term goals.
Mind the dev gap. How we can help you go from idea to app in 5 steps

March 9th, 2020, posted in for_founders
by admin

Mind the dev gap. How we can help you go from idea to app in 5 steps

At UPDIVISION, we help entrepreneurs, start-ups and enterprises bridge the gap between a good idea and successfully building their app.
It works on everyone`s machine. How we code MVPs and continuously develop them at UPDIVISION.

March 5th, 2020, posted in for_founders
by admin

It works on everyone`s machine. How we code MVPs and continuously develop them at UPDIVISION.

Finally, the fun part. This is the story of how MVPs get coded and the best practices which allow this code to work on everyone else's machine as well.
Foresight is better than hindsight. How we do MVP project planning at UPDIVISION.

February 11th, 2020, posted in for_founders
by admin

Foresight is better than hindsight. How we do MVP project planning at UPDIVISION.

The goal of project planning is to create a reliable roadmap, from how features are organized into tasks and sprints to actual milestones and project timeline.