Being a QA professional can be quite difficult and stressful, particularly when you’re stretched across multiple projects. Some experts say it’s not possible to effectively QA multiple projects — but I disagree. I find working across multiple projects a great challenge, but thanks to agile development techniques, I find it entirely possible. Here’s how to do it.
When global attention turned to the World Economic Forum during its annual meeting in Davos this January, readers logging on to www.weforum.org from around the world did so to an entirely refreshed website – one which had solved a range of technical, design and product challenges including rebuilding a web platform around customer relationship management, designing around an authoritative brand identity, and applying lean and agile methodologies to the organisation.
At Made by Many we passionately believe that design and technology can make a huge difference to people’s lives – especially in the sphere of health and wellness. That’s why over the next few weeks we’ll be posting a series of pieces on the thinking and making we’ve been doing in this area.
What growing up under communism taught me about the value of prototyping.
Why mobile health apps alone aren’t the answer to the public health crisis – and what we can do about it.