FRESH THINKING FROM THE FRONTLINE

We are fast approaching the shortest day of the year, so whilst the weather is bleak outside, why not stay in with a good book? To help you along, we asked 20 TABbers recommend a great read.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under #TABLife 17 December 2015

For a long time Waterfall was the only game in town in the world of software development. But times have changed and the flaws of Waterfall are becoming more apparent every day.

By The App Business under Agile 16 December 2015

Seasoned Objective-C developers have numerous tips and tricks that they use to aid the debugging process. However, some of these don’t seem as fruitful or are simply not available in Swift.

By The App Business under Engineering 14 December 2015

Apple Pay has been taking the UK by storm and grabbing headlines. Unsurprisingly, we get lots of questions about what it means, its impact, and how to use it.

Brett Thornton
By Brett Thornton under Insights 03 December 2015

With new technology constantly appearing, it can be easy to get caught up trying to implement everything you can. However, sending endless push notifications isn't enough to get results from your customers.

Jean-Francois Hector
By Jean-Francois Hector under Insights 03 December 2015

A good workshop is a valuable tool. When provided at the right time, they can deliver the crucial ideas that bring a project to the next level. However, a bad workshop is a waste of time for all involved.

George Proudfoot
By George Proudfoot under Insights 03 December 2015

As the world has become more ‘digital’, so too have the ways in which people now consume news content. This shift is happening in two significant ways.

Hamish Vallabh
By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 19 November 2015

Could you really say your bank was innovative or digitally progressive? Ask 100 people this question and I think fewer than 10 will give you a ‘yes’. My banking app lets me check my balance - and that's it.

Tim Checkley
By Tim Checkley under Insights 18 November 2015

In our last post, we looked at how to launch your MVP without sacrificing wow factor. Hot on the heels of that question is another one we often hear: how do I make my MVP achievable?

John Adams
By John Adams under Insights, Agile 05 November 2015

Continuing on from the questions and challenges raised during our Agile in the Real World event here at TAB HQ, I wanted to tackle one particular area that crops up a lot - how to make a good MVP.

Anna Fletcher Morris
By Anna Fletcher Morris under Agile, Insights 22 October 2015

Inspiration can be found almost anywhere, and as a multi-disciplinary team, we have eyes looking in all directions for it. Below you’ll find a group of inspiring people, as suggested by our team.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under #TABLife 21 October 2015

In just six years (and only three in the UK, Uber has turned the car service industry on its head and at the same time, firmly embedded itself into the habitual life of its users.

Hamish Vallabh
By Hamish Vallabh under Insights 09 October 2015

There is so much great content available online nowadays, but we know how difficult it can be to find the time to properly enjoy it all. When we asked around TAB about this problem the answer was clear - podcasts.

Emily Maginess
By Emily Maginess under #TABLife 08 October 2015

With an Android event scheduled on 29th September, Google are expected to finally unveil Android 6.0 - better known as Android Marshmallow, or just Android M.

By The App Business under Insights 24 September 2015

In Waterfall, all results are predictable - at least in theory. The roadmap is clear and fixed: if we do ‘X’, then the result will be ‘Y’. However, this does not account for unseen changes that arise in every project.

By The App Business under Agile, Insights 23 September 2015