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UX Cafe: Using Customer Journey Maps to Improve User Experience

Web Design

A customer journey map is a visual representation (a scheme, a drawing or a diagram) of the path your customers take when dealing with your business, and the "touch points" along this path. Creating these maps for different buyer personas ensures great UX.

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5 Success Stories That Will Make You Believe in Scaled Agile

Agile

Taking your company from Waterfall to Agile isn't a trivial task. And it becomes even more difficult if you are a large enterprise. Below we present five case studies that show that scaling Agile is not only possible, but also yields great benefits.

long distance relationships or how to manage a remote testing team

Long Distance Relationships, or How to Manage a Remote Team

Quality Assurance

This article will be useful to managers who need to make a decision about whether it’s okay to have a test engineer working remotely. It’s also for those who have no experience working with remote test engineers and are trying to estimate effectiveness.

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15 great programming blogs you may not have heard about

Programming

The goal of this roundup is to help you discover new programming blogs that may not be insanely popular, but are still worth checking out. Let's shed some light on individual authors who put out great content, but haven't gotten into major spotlight yet.

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18 web design trends for 2018

Web Design

Below, we summarize some web design trends that are likely to define 2018. The general tendencies we foresee are mobile-inspired design, realistic look and feel of web pages, and heavy use of geometry, asymmetry, and bright colors. We hope you enjoy it!

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Agile Framework Comparison: Scrum vs Kanban vs Lean vs XP

Agile

If you are new to Agile, it may hard to wrap your head around the concept. In this post, we compare four popular Agile methods - Scrum, Kanban, Lean, and Extreme Programming (XP) - and talk about when to use which.