In the third and final part of our product strategy series, we have covered an integral part of product experience, one that completes the product discovery, design, and development phase and ensures product traction.
In ten years, we’ve grown from 15-20 people to more than 250. We rely heavily on the design team to win projects, impress clients, and rise above the rest — helping us become a leading NYC agency, something we plan on maintaining year after year.
In the second article in our series How To Execute A Successful Product Strategy In 2020, we’ll continue with Product Discovery and talk about what happens after completing feature prioritization and defining a deliverable scope.
Ever since we started in 2007, we’ve strived to build our company as a place where employees are hired and rewarded on performance and character. And we are living those values: we have managed to ensure equal opportunities, resources, and pay for women and men, which you can see demonstrated in the numbers presented in this article.
Part 3 of a three-part blog post on writing RxSwift unit tests. Boost your unit testing productivity with Sourcery, Lenses, Prisms, and Quick/Nimble.
Part 2 of a three-part post in which we explain how to write event-dependent unit tests for business logic using the RxTest framework.