Agile is a mindset. It is about the ability to create, respond to change and find the perfect solution as you go along by adjusting the former status.
With graphic design, UX and Ul bridging the gap between the way things look and the way they function and perform, the correct design strategy can have crucial effects on your business.
Easily get rid of the disadvantages of traditional software development by prototyping.
API ensure a seamless communication between various applications, backend systems, devices and programs.
Boost your projects with Agile software development
One thing that separates Agile from other approaches to software development is the focus on the people doing the work and how they work together. Solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams utilizing the appropriate practices for their context.
The ultimate value in Agile development is that it enables teams to deliver value faster, with greater quality and predict ability, and greater aptitude to respond to change.
Solving real problems with IT solutions is our strength, but we’re experienced enough to know that most problems are actually not an IT problem. The key to (almost) everything is figuring out the right process and then creating the right UX, design and last but not least a tailormade software.
Just 4 reasons out of many to convince you of Agile Development
UX, UI, graphic design – what is the difference?
UI design, in contrast, specifically pertains to the design of interactive elements such as drop-down menus, form fields, clickable elements, animations, button styling and more. So, we can understand the meaning of Ul design as building upon and expanding the Graphic Design definition, in as much as it relates to the way the things we use and interact with look like.
UX design focuses on the logic and structure of the elements you actually see and interact with. UX primarily takes place in two distinct phases: research and validation. During the research phase, a variety of tools and methods to better understand the intended users are used.
Prototyping - for faster and better results
By prototyping we mean the early visualization and iterative
optimization of a user interface.
The advantage of this approach: We can get feedback from all project participants and above all from users early on and correct concepts easily. This creates user-friendly results.
These goals can hardly be achieved without thorough planning and continuous improvement. Software prototyping offers different approaches to do so.
API integration eases businesses and benefits consumers
API are often used in practice to reliably transfer data in real time between two systems. They enable access of services by adding codes to applications. It further enhances connectivity and bolsters functionality.
Over the years, what an “API” is has often described any sort of generic connectivity interface to an application. More recently, however, the modern API has taken on some characteristics that make them extraordinarily valuable and useful - like sticking to standards (HTTP & REST) that are developer-friendly and having a much stronger discipline for governance and security.
Their implementation becomes particularly valuable if it successfully networks (crosscompany) processes as it reaches a new level of networking and possibly even opens up new business areas.