Filter by category
Development teams use programming languages to code, but they also have a language of their own for day-to-day communication. Tech jargon saves developers a lot of time, but can often feel overwhelming for clients who want to build software products.
Word is out. [e-spres-oh] just launched its first ebook. Why an ebook? In the digital world we live in it's only natural to have the information you need one click away. Why a workbook on Digital Innovation? It's our way to make sure that our community of entrepreneurs, business leaders, and…
5 min read
Picture this scenario: you’ve been flirting with the idea of building a software product for quite some time. You’ve done your research homework, laid out a great plan, and you’re now working out the missing pieces from your puzzle.…
4 min read
Like any other journey, in the software development journey, there are a lot of unknowns. But with an open mind and a serious analysis of what made you choose this path, you're in for quite an adventure. To make sure you're off to a smooth start, we’ve prepared some questions…
8 min read
As you try to push a successful product to market, you’ll discover that aligning stakeholders’ expectations, customer needs, financial constraints, deadlines, and tech requirements will often require trade-offs. Most of the time, these “bargains” will mean…
Load fo’ MO’
Need our help or want to help? Bring your ideas or your skills and we'll pour the coffee to talk more about how we can work together. But first, drop us a line.
for business inquiries
for general inquiries