I am often asked what will happen to our company in the near and far future. Here is an honest answer: I don’t know. But I have an idea about where we are going and how we should get there.
Targetprocess has been experimenting with various agile practices (Scrum, Kanban, XP) since 2006. Read a review of the process changes and lessons learnt by 2015.
It is a common mistake among software development companies to assume that, because your product is good, your client will be content. Not much can beat the customer satisfaction that is the result of a well-designed product…but a
In this Q&A session a new team member shares her impressions about the first weeks in the company and interviews its founder in order to understand what drives Targetprocess and what is its success formula.
Every single CEO of any IT company wants to build software faster. Time is the most expensive and valuable resource. You can't waste it on re-work, refactoring, meetings, physical activities. Right? It depends...
A simple tale of how we created Targetprocess, the visual project management software.
It's excruciatingly boring to write specifications. It seems like it's the most boring thing in the world that a product owner has to do
There's more and more buzz around estimates and #noestimates in software development. People like to write bold statements and go extreme about things in blogs.
How do people perceive information? How designers can thrive on this process to help people understand data faster? Let's try to look into this complex field and explore some basic principles.
Our company is almost 6 years old now. It was founded on agile principles and grew up on them. We've used Extreme Programmingfrom day 1, immixed some Scrum ideas later on and switched to Kanban in the end.
About 2 years ago I've become very much interested in UX and everything about UX. This interest has eventually evolved into strong awareness of presenting information, visually in particular.
Software penetrates every pore of human existence. We look up the weather info over the web, giving up on outdoor thermometers. We're driving to destinations with GPS navigator (forget paper maps with their G7 sections on page 59).