In 2018, a website is one of the most important representations of your business. It provides visibility, 24/7 accessibility and is proved to be an effective sales channel [https://www.salesforce.com/hub/sales/three-most-effective-sales-channels/]. However, if you want your website to deliver a significant return on investment (ROI)
The facts are these: there is a significant number of app making companies out there. In fact, according to a post [https://clutch.co/app-developers/resources/list-of-mobile-app-statistics] on Clutch.co, 67% of small businesses planned to have an app finished by the end of 2017. Keep in mind that this
It's no secret that mobile technology has become a significant part of our everyday lives and that it's affecting all of us more than we'd like to admit. Doubt it? Well, why not let facts speak for themselves: * According to Statista [https://www.statista.com/topics/779/mobile-internet/], in January,
Nowadays, a company’s website is similar to the first handshake with someone—it represents the good (or the bad) start of a potential cooperation. However, a handshake is more than a form of greeting. A handshake establishes trust while giving you the power to diminish the negative first impression.
In one of our previous posts [https://kolosek.com/hiring-an-intern-vs-hiring-a-developer/], we wrote about hiring an intern and an experienced developer, but we never got to this part. IT industry is full of stories about one team member who destroyed team's productivity and efficiency. "Destroyed" is maybe a harsh word but
In one of our previous articles, we wrote about reasons developers wear headphones [https://kolosek.com/programmers-and-headphones-getting-in-the-zone/] . Now, we are going to dig a little deeper. If there is something we know it is how developers work and function in day-to-day life. That's why we decided to write about one
In one of our previous articles [https://kolosek.com/agile-philosophy-youll-love/], we wrote about Agile, presenting it as the best philosophy and concept for startup companies. We haven't changed our minds - we still think Agile is pretty awesome but we have to admit it doesn't work for all companies and