The Way of the Dragon Paid Members Public
Lack of context rears its ugly head time and time again, especially when working in an agency on contract-based work. People often think of “context” in a literary and verbal sense, but it extends to almost every scenario of every day and here’s the secret: there’s a gross lack of it in many cases.
The Special Sauce: Lancelot Purdue, Salsita Copywriter Paid Members Public
Salsita is comprised of 80+ people and hundreds of stories that brought us together. One of the most uncommon is that of our copywriter Lancelot Purdue. Normally he’s the one writing the story, but I wanted to shine the spotlight on him and share a bit of his unique journey that brought him here.
Salsita for Life: A Partner in Product Growth Paid Members Public
Let me tell you something that most people don’t know about Salsita. We used to primarily build browser plugins, 10 years ago. So how have we become a company that builds successful web and mobile apps with thousands of happy users?
I Was into Fixed-Price Projects Before They Were Cool Paid Members Public
I swear I’m not a hipster (sips coffee that has passed through a cat), but I was into fixed-price projects before they were cool. Here are four things I’ve learned to stay ahead of the curve and make fixed-price projects successful.
School Yard Rules: How We Build Teams at Salsita Paid Members Public
At Salsita, we talk about building your “Dream Team” of engineers and software experts. Most software houses promise something similar, so I figured I’d expound on exactly what it means and what a client can expect when working with Salsita.
The Horse and the Cart Paid Members Public
I’m an idea person. Ideas are constantly falling out of my head and jumping off of my tongue. Just listen to me and I’ll tell you about the next Uber... it’s not as complicated as you think!
The End (of the Sprint) is Near! Paid Members Public
Do you remember when you were in school and the professor gave you a large project and a generous amount of time to complete it? Let’s say three months. Now, do you know when most people are likely to start tackling the project?