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May 31 2018
Evaluating an Agency Website
When you look at an agency’s site, what do you look for? We recently redesigned our website at MojoTech, and we spent a lot of time looking at other agency sites to help us think about how to move forward with
Sep 15 2017
How to Be a Better Software Consultant
As consultants at MojoTech, our job is not only to deliver great software products but to make the client-consultant experience enjoyable. In other words, we focus not only on results but the process itself. This balance is crucial to ensuring
Mar 13 2017
Speaking the Product Language
Imagine for a second you’re renovating your kitchen. You’ve hired an interior designer and a contractor to build things out. They’re incredible at what they each do, but it doesn’t take long to see they can’t communicate. The kitchen eventually
Andy DaviesDesignEngineeringProduct ManagementClients
Mar 22 2016
Who moved my dev shop?
Like many of my “vintage”, I enjoyed Dr. Spencer Johnson’s 1998 classic, Who Moved My Cheese?; a motivational tale written as a parable that illustrates the different ways in which people, or businesses, respond to change. As an upwardly mobile thirty-something
Feb 09 2016
Overcoming Problems with Inertia In Big Companies
Newton's first law of motion states: >"An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force." In other words, objects tend
Apr 09 2015
How PSDs get you into trouble.
In our industry we commonly provide clients with some form of high-fidelity visual prototype of what they want to build. We use these prototypes to guide the discussion and gain feedback. However, these visual assets (often Adobe Photoshop Documents (PSDs))
MojoTechProduct ManagementProject ManagementClientsProductDesign
Dec 03 2014
Why We Don't Do Work for Equity Deals
At MojoTech we're lucky to be able to work with big and soon-to-be-big companies to design and develop a broad range of digital products. Oftentimes, we're approached by soon-to-be big companies who have great ideas but need our technical know-how