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How We Built Bridge for Product Designers

Written by Lindsie Canton

It’s been a few months since we finished our beta Bridge for Product Designers course, so it’s a perfect time to reflect on the experience. If you haven’t heard of us before, at Bridge we build and run part-time courses that are free for students with the goal of fostering a more inclusive, diverse, and accessible tech industry. Our courses are made...

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Why Design is Essential: A Dev’s POV

Written by Selena Latchman

As both a front and back-end developer, I’ve witnessed a variety of workflows between design and development. Some may argue they are totally opposite ends of a spectrum and even irrelevant to each other, but I’ve come to realize that the two are a lot more intertwined than we often think. In fact, I’m such a strong believer that I can confidently...

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Lean Discovery: Shifting from Outputs to Outcomes by Finding & Fixing Customer Pain

Written by Mike Costanzo

So many software development projects start with high levels of uncertainty. Some of it is explicit, you many not know exactly who the target customer is and what they want, and some of it may be implicit, you have a great idea but are uncertain about the technical risks of delivering the experience or what the state-of-the-art is capable of and, as they say, you...

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A Look Back at FITC Toronto 2017

Written by Kyle Gordon

FITC Toronto 2017 was a huge success! Rangle’s Varun Vachhar and Mike Costanzo spoke to packed audiences over the three-day event. Here’s your inside look at what these two had to say: Mathematics of Animation Varun Vachhar In the past few years, animations on the web have evolved dramatically. We are able to build animations that generate and manipulate complex geometry, react to...

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How To Plan An Agile Project That Doesn’t Fail

Written by Alex Karasyov

With support from Sean Stone. 1. Identify Your Stakeholders These are the people that will help you deliver your product. These will be your executives, sponsors, key customers, partners and any other interested parties that can influence the outcome of the project. Identify the Product Owner This is a key to running a successful Scrum project. The Product Owner is the person that ultimately makes...

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