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How AndPlus executes the Google Ventures Design Sprint

By Matt Hull on Oct 16, 2017 9:05:00 AM

Software developers are a funny bunch. Not necessarily “ha ha” funny—you don’t see many developers on the stand-up comedy circuit—but they have certain peculiarities. Although they are generally amenable to learning new things, such as shopping for books, buying airline tickets, and meeting people in “chat rooms.” Witness, for example, the great struggles some development teams had when switching from procedural to object-oriented programming.

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Futureproofing Design & User Experience

By Matt Hull on Aug 9, 2017 9:05:00 AM

Futureproofing software designs and user experience minimizes the risk of ending up with obsolete programs and outdated apps. It’s a challenge facing all software development companies, but by keeping up with trends it's possible to anticipate and prepare for changes in requirements and include them in the planning.


Here are some of the issues we expect to see, and what we’re doing to address them.

Topics: UX
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Prototyping a User Journey: Simple Interfaces for Complex Tasks

By Matt Hull on Apr 3, 2017 10:59:41 AM

One of the key principles of end-to-end software development is the concept of the user journey. A user journey is a description of how a specific type of user (known as a persona) interacts with a proposed software solution to perform a specific task. (If you’re more old school, you might refer to this approach as a “user story” or “use case.”)

Topics: UX Prototyping
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