Learn practical improvements to help your team tap into its full potential, and set up the infrastructure and practices that are the foundation for sustainable development.
Masterclass with Marco Otte-Witte
Marco Otte-Witte shares best practices for digital product development in the areas of planning and preparation, process and collaboration, as well as infrastructure and practices.
Remote work is here to stay. In this guide, we share techniques to make it efficient and enjoyable for everyone.
Our interview series goes behind-the-scenes into what successful product development practices look like from tech and startup insiders’ perspectives.
Built to Last #13: Expert insights
Alaina talks about the importance of diversity in the workplace and women's role in the tech field.
Built to Last #12: Expert insights
Louise shares her experience working with a partner for digital product development as a founder when lacking expertise in that field.
Built to Last #11: Expert insights
Kenneth explains his role at CLARK and gives us tips on making remote teams connect.
Built to Last #10: Expert insights
Daniel talks about accepting the necessity for change in a growing company to ensure the business keeps scaling.
Built to Last #9: Expert insights
Melanie shares her experience of educating herself and learning the processes of product development in order to hire the right people.
Built to Last #8: Expert insights
Roman shares his thoughts on the right approach to feature planning and the importance of getting feedback early on in the development process.
Built to Last #7: Expert insights
When building large web apps, minimize accidental complexity. Yoran shares how Ember.js became an obvious choice for Sutori from both a business and productivity lens.
Built to Last #6: Expert insights
Khalid shares how he empowers his team to feel ownership over their work. This includes encouraging everyone to set their own goals and celebrating both achievements and failures.
Built to Last #5: Expert insights
Aymeric talks about how he views Qonto as a pipeline that takes input, runs a value-adding process, and puts the output in the hand of their customers.
Built to Last #4: Expert insights
A conversation with the co-founder of a business travel management tool on the challenges around planning and feature time estimation.
Built to Last #3: Expert insights
Coming from the event industry, Joel hits the nail right on the head: "It is fundamental that the engineering and product development team are working together really closely [...] so they can adapt quickly to what's going on."
Built to Last #2: Expert insights
"Invest in your own company, in your own people, and help them grow. Sparring and mentorship inside the company are super important." shares Karol, founder of a 100% bootstrapped company.
Built to Last #1: Expert insights
"Pressure doesn't solve problems" – a powerful takeaway from the co-founder of not less but better, an app that helps you overcome bad habits through techniques from behavioral psychology.
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Designed to help teams build sustainable products that work well and keep working well.
2–3 day remote workshop with Linda Guerrisi & Marco Otte-Witte
A clear product strategy is essential to get as much value as possible for your time and investment. In this workshop we will collaborate to formulate a clear product vision, establishing a blueprint for your digital product's development process. This workshop is a great kickoff for an MVP project.
by Arthur Poot
Progressive Web Apps have evolved rapidly over the past few years and are now supported better than ever. This infographic gives an overview of which features are supported on what platforms.
by Marco Otte-Witte
Scoping and planning software projects of any kind is a challenging task that many teams struggle with. Marco Otte-Witte presents techniques for increasing predictability and reducing frustration.
by Ghislaine Guerin
In this post, Ghislaine Guerin suggests adjustments to kick-off meetings for fostering more streamlined and efficient collaboration.