This week's tech spotlight:
Organization is one of the key skills to guarantee students have a balance between University and personal life.
Shovel is a new app developed specifically to help college students find an efficient way to manage their time, while also optimizing their everyday routine.
If you ever felt like there's something off about the current social media platforms, this app is here to remind you of simpler times when algorithms didn't control what you get to see.
Hive has been around for a year now. However, it became popular very recently. It's a mix of MySpace, Twitter, and Instagram that allows you to add a background song to your profile while also sharing interactive videos and posts.Check it out
We are aware of the hustle gift-giving can be. You want to let people know how important they are to you, but keeping up with sizes, addresses, and just particular tastes and preferences can be rough.
Goody is a new app developed to make this process easier. You just pick a gift in the app, enter the recipient's phone number, and they'll receive a text message directing them to the website where they'll be able to choose their preferences and shipping address.
This new app has been going viral for the past weeks. Clubhouse is a voice-based social media platform that has rooms where people join in and talk about whatever's on their minds.
It has allowed people to connect with entrepreneurs and celebrities, discussing interesting topics with no need for listeners to jump in on the conversation, but still allowing participation from the audience.Check it out
Our client's perspective:
Our team spent some time last week reviewing our marketing and messaging. As it often does, the topic of process, and specifically, scope management came up.
We were outlining a few examples of how our teams work with our clients on scope management and how we explain software development when Kristin jumped in to summarize her perspective. I’m paraphrasing here but...Continue reading...