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Crystal Ball

Differentiation, design systems and better performance are key in 2015.

Recently the team at nGen was talking about the changes we expect on the web in 2015. The conversation bounced from design to business to technology and other aspects of our industry. It was one of the most engaging and energetic discussions we’ve had in awhile and we didn’t want to it to stop. To keep it going, we asked some nGen friends what they thought we’d see happen next year.



4 Steps to Project Success

In my Why Proposals Suck blog post, I gave some examples of why we put so much focus on doing discovery research before diving into a project with both feet. In summary, they give us and our clients a much clearer picture of the project and help us give a more accurate prediction on cost and duration. Ultimately, this saves everyone a heap of time and potentially a lot of money that could have been wasted.

In this post, I’ll get into more detail about our process for running discovery projects. If you’re planning on working with us, be warned: spoilers ahead.