Aaron and Cris discuss the definitions of and differences between UI/UX. They also discuss why starting your project from a user’s perspective is essential.

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Today we sit down with Aaron, one of our strategic partners who specializes in SEO and conversion based website design. Aaron and Cris discuss what business owners should be aware of as they develop the goal of having an effective web presence for their service.

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Here is our take on estimating, making quotes, and how to do it accurately. Andrew and Cris discuss the potential pitfalls of estimating too low as well as why each serves different needs for our customers.

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We’ve had fully remote teams and blended teams over the years. Hear some of our insight into managing remote and co-located teams: how to build trust and how to maximize effective communication.

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Let’s talk about refactoring versus rewriting code. In general, our bias is to preserving the maintainability of a legacy project, but when that simply isn’t possible, then we start analyzing the need to refactor or rewrite.

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Get to know Jason who started working to help foster kids transition into adulthood to now working as a backend developer here at Bixly. He’s been a huge addition to our team, and is our current reigning champion of Ticket to Ride!

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Let’s discuss how the disciplines of frontend development and design interact with each other. Even though they are completely different skillsets, having a little bit of knowledge from the other discipline can significantly improve your core abilities, as either a designer or a developer.

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Get to know Aaron, who started in markup and design, and who has added to his skills as a frontend developer. He’s also a new dad, an artist, a reader, and a dnd player!

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Whether it’s considering users who may be differently abled or even the user’s unique experience with the app, such as wearing gloves or goggles or even their location and connectivity, accessibility is something to start planning for from day one in your project.

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