Get customer feedback in Confluence

Get customer feedback in Confluence

https://pexels.com When you are developing a new product, there is something that is impossible to ignore: users’ feedback. People say that listening to your users will guide you to build an awesome and desirable product. In our case that has been a reality and every time a user comes with some feedback or request, we listen carefully, try to attend the request and make everyone happy. Of course, as your product becomes bigger, those requests or feedback also grow. That’s…

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A new idea? Don’t confuse enthusiasm with priority

A new idea? Don’t confuse enthusiasm with priority

https://www.pexels.com All of us have faced the situation where we have a lot of tasks or projects to do but suddenly a new one appears in our mind and takes the number one on our list. When that happens we tend to feel that the new thing is priority number one and we have to postpone everything else. Well, it’s not a priority, it’s enthusiasm. It can happen to everyone at any moment. It’s like part of our nature to…

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Launch now!

Launch now!

Some of us are stuck in a situation that doesn’t make us happy: the product is never good enough to go to the market. Or at least that’s what we think. The reality is that a lot of products are “good to go” sooner than we imagine, but the creator is the only one who is not comfortable with it, so he/she continues adding features before launching the product. We don’t need to tell you what’s going to happen with…

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Build half a product, not a half-assed product

Build half a product, not a half-assed product

https://www.pexels.com Often when we are building a new product we usually dream with all the features that it would have, the set of things that can be done with it and tend to imagine a lot of users using it completely in a daily basis. Unfortunately, dreams and reality are not the same and we have to be very careful with the scope of our new product unless we want to start an endless trip of development without publishing. Over…

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Our first impressions about InVision Studio

Our first impressions about InVision Studio

These days we have been working on our new add-on for Jira (wait for it in the first quarter!) and we wanted to try something fresh for design so we decided to give a chance to InVision Studio. These are our first impressions. Fast and responsive, just as expected Sometimes before I personally tried the web version of InVision. To be honest, I didn’t get impressed by the performance. Even at some points seemed that my laptop was going to launch. With InVision…

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