In previous posts we’ve described the background of our expedition into Telehealth, in particular the business implications. In this post I’ll talk about what else we at Made by Many could uniquely add here, given our expertise in human-centred design and technology. How might we make a positive difference to the lives of people affected by diabetes using design and technology?
For an industry obsessed by change it’s easy to think of prototyping as being a new thing, a fad, or a response to agile software development. It’s easy to overlook the benefits and advantages, to forget just how valuable prototyping is – in any business or environment.
At Made by Many, we work at the intersection of business strategy, product design and software development. Product managers, like everyone else here, play an important role in all three of these disciplines.
Being a QA professional can be quite difficult and stressful, particularly when you’re stretched across multiple projects. Some experts say it’s not possible to effectively QA multiple projects — but I disagree. I find working across multiple projects a great challenge, but thanks to agile development techniques, I find it entirely possible. Here’s how to do it.
When global attention turned to the World Economic Forum during its annual meeting in Davos this January, readers logging on to www.weforum.org from around the world did so to an entirely refreshed website – one which had solved a range of technical, design and product challenges including rebuilding a web platform around customer relationship management, designing around an authoritative brand identity, and applying lean and agile methodologies to the organisation.