Tag: Business

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Open Source: What You Need to Know

Client projects are time-consuming. Whether we’re working to develop a web or mobile app or another sort of technology, like a Virtual Reality (VR) or an Internet of Things (IoT) product, we’re constantly working to ensure that we’re making the best use of our time to build the best products possible. One of the tools […]

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Feature Prioritization: Our Approach

Pick up your phone. What is your first instinct? If you’re like most people, you’ll gravitate towards opening an application. But after opening the app, what do you do? You log onto your user account; you send a message; you perform a function. Contrary to the belief of many users, a feature isn’t just an […]

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Collaboration of Design and Development Teams

A lot of designers can be intimidated by anything related to code and I am certainly guilty of this. However, the value that even a basic knowledge of development can have at every stage of designing a product, from design execution to development hand-off, is meaningful! As designers, by dipping our toes into the world […]

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Connecting Communities through Tech: the 5-time Olympic Gold Medalist who launched an App for young gymnasts

When most people think of Nastia Liukin, they think: gymnast, Olympic Gold Medalist, athlete. When we think of Nastia here at Raizlabs, we think: entrepreneur and mentor. Years ago we were introduced to Nastia Liukin and her Co-Founder Matt Lombardi, also a professional athlete. They approached Raizlabs seeking a strategic partner, to discuss their aspirations […]

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