Bitovi worked with HaulHound, a logistics technology company, to design and develop a system connecting truckers and shippers. The system we built supports real-time data, an iOS and Android app for truckers, and a web application for shippers.
Most UX processes value low-fidelity design early in a project’s life: simple, hand-drawn sketches, basic wireframes, and even boxy prototypes. It isn’t until later in the process, as the details get filled in, that higher fidelity designs get introduced. It makes sense: lo-fi designs are quick and easy which makes for faster turn-around in an iterative process. But are low-fidelity designs always the best way to go?
Help Make Open Source Friendlier At Bitovi, we agree with Yukihiro Matsumoto, the creator of Ruby: We want to make programmers happy. If you're like us, you're involved with Open Source because you love it. We believe that using CanJS, or any Open Source project, should be a joy.
This is a follow-up on my post from last week on the value of having a user experience designer on every project from the perspective of our own process at Bitovi.
In this post, I'll explain the value of having a user experience designer from the perspective of our own process at Bitovi.
Before I share ideas on how to spot an excellent jQuery consultant or developer, a HUGE disclaimer:
Today, we started another 6 month contract for Archer, now EMC / RSA. We're excited to continue our work with them. I can't want until we can let people know what we worked on.
What an excellent question! But before we get to answering, it's important to know that as a company, we care more about technology than our bottom line. If we're not a good fit, we'll happily point.
We finished up work for Cashnet this week. We built them a callcenter prototype app in about 6 weeks. In this article, I’ll review the app and how it was built.
Today we signed a 6 month deal with Archer Technologies to improve the JS performance of their Smart Suite Framework. This is very exciting. I love the technical challenges working on an application.