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[Understanding Series] Ask “Why”, not “How”. The mindset shift for creating powerful apps

July 30th, 2021, posted in #forfounders
by Saiona

[Understanding Series] Ask “Why”, not “How”. The mindset shift for creating powerful apps

This article is part of the “U” from UFOs, the framework component that strives to help you understand the business-side of apps.

On changes and growth: The history of UPDIVISION’s logo

November 19th, 2020, posted in #forfounders
by admin

On changes and growth: The history of UPDIVISION’s logo

UPDIVISION has come a long way since its humble digital agency beginnings in 2010. And the more mature and professional we got, the more grown-up our logos became. So here is a run down of our logos throughout our almost 11 years journey of self-discovery.

What I’ve learned from the 2020 Employer Branding Conference.

September 25th, 2020, posted in #forfounders, #ourpeople
by Iulia

What I’ve learned from the 2020 Employer Branding Conference.

The “Employer Branding Conference” is the most important annual event for the HR community. And we’ve been there.

Post COVID lockdown thoughts or how we survived the pandemic.  A HR person's perspective.

September 2nd, 2020, posted in #forfounders
by Iulia

Post COVID lockdown thoughts or how we survived the pandemic. A HR person's perspective.

Since March 13th I and my colleagues at UPDIVISION have been watching how the world and the business dynamic changed. And what a change…

Book Review: Working with Coders by Patrick Gleeson

August 17th, 2020, posted in #forfounders
by Vladimir, Adelina

Book Review: Working with Coders by Patrick Gleeson

A review on a book that is not about how to code, but rather is addressed to the ones that don't, but greatly depend on coders developing software for them.