After having released my own form validations library, I couldn’t stop asking myself one thing: What is the best user experience when it comes to displaying the inline validation errors?
Have you ever felt like
You are getting tired of your project development being dragged on to no end?
You started an endless money pit instead of a successful project?
Every standup is a struggle for information that ends in empty promises?
And now, to be able to understand what the dev team is serving you, you need to hire a CTO instead of building your sales team?
- Working with developers has its challenges.
- Working with a remote team adds a substantial amount of problems to the pile.
- Poor English speakers, introverts, juniors disguised as seniors, drama queens, and insecure people, but most often you’ll meet the "happy-go-lucky" bunch that can do anything at any time.
- The “no problem” devs. At least until the first milestone.
- They feed you hope and promises and make you think everything just perfect!
- By the time you realize that nothing is what it seems you’re probably neck deep in problems trying to salvage anything you can and meet at least one deadline while contemplating is it all worth it.
- By this time you invested a substantial amount of money and time and you see no point in changing teams or sometimes even continuing with the project.
Can things be different?
Can development process be actually fun and productive?
TRY TO IMAGINE A
- clear, straight-forward process
- open communication
- transparent development
- frequent results
- precision and a strong focus
- a dev team that shares your goals!
Dev teams all look the same.
The difference is in results.
Building an app is like traveling on a twisty road full of potholes. Missed deadlines, misunderstandings, and feature creep are few of the things you have to watch for. Is it even possible to get your project delivered on time without micromanaging every aspect of it?
ABSOLUTELY, WITH THE RIGHT TEAM.
Imagine smooth development. What if you could focus on your audience instead of drowning in endless email threads? Do you want to drive your project to success with an expert team that communicates efficiently?
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Before building your product, we need to have a deep understanding of the problem we’re solving. The specification document is the key deliverable of this phase.
The best way to validate our understanding is to build the simplest possible thing that looks and feels like your product. Although your first instinct might tell you that building a prototype is a waste of time, the truth is that you will end up building a prototype anyway. The only question is how much time and money you'll spend on it.
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Requirements are divided into smaller modules and actual coding starts. This phase takes the longest to complete. The developed code is tested against the specification document from the first phase to make sure the product solves the specified problems. Both functional and non-functional testing is done in this phase.
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