Previously I wrote about the hidden power that resides in the hands of a designer. A design can make a project succeed or fail. But how do you know? Here are 10 questions you can apply to a supplied design, and the answers to them, or even the process of getting those answers, can bring a good design through to being a great design for your project. Remember, a design is just a picture until it is implemented, and it is important that the technical implementation is considered at the design stage.
This post covers the challenges of managing a distributed team and some of the things you should be aware of. Distributed working is not for everyone, but works great for us.
You have a great idea for a web application? It's big and ballsy? And does this, that, and the other? Super. We're all ears. Now, tell us about your budget...
You may not have realised this, but Annertech is an entirely distributed company - and it’s one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. Often when we first tell people this, we get asked lots of questions like “Huh? What now?” or “Wow, how does that work?”.