UX & Design
Articles about UX and design best practices, UX trends, and the Salsita UX team.
Only Write Software That Helps People Get Laid Paid Members Public
In this article, guided by the expertise of Jean-Philippe, we explore the captivating relationship between architectural elegance and software design. Watch the enlightening video presentation below to uncover the hidden connections and parallels between these two disciplines.
UX Case Study: Scanning ID Documents with Smartphones Using NFC Paid Members Public
Before we begin, what is NFC technology? Near-Field Communication (NFC) is a method of wireless data transfer. It enables near-range communication between two devices. What are the typical use cases of NFC? * Contactless payment * NFC tags or stickers. Example: stick a tag to a laptop, then tap your phone on
The Different Types of Agile Software Development Paid Members Public
Agile’s approaches aid organizations by providing guidelines for how they can work together through product discovery, solution delivery and continual improvement cycles. In this article, you'll learn about the different types of agile software development and how they enable rapid product delivery.
Salsita On-Demand Webinar: How to Validate Your Startup's App Idea Paid Members Public
Building a successful app takes hard work, a dedicated team, and leadership. But there’s one key aspect that comes first: the idea. But, before you start burning money on MVP development, you need to look at the objectives and discuss your goals.
Legazey MVP: Go or No Go? (Case Study) Paid Members Public
Alfredo Sciascia, a C-level executive began looking for developers to build an MVP for his social media startup. His search led him to Salsita, who recommended marketing research and UX exploration as crucial first steps before kicking off development.
What Is a Minimum Viable Product? Paid Members Public
Every great product starts out as an idea. However, a practical strategy is to consider how to best validate the idea without committing too much time, effort, or resources. That’s why it’s logical to create an MVP and to understand what it is, why you need it, and how to build one.
Beyond Design Sprint - Video Presentation by Jan Mikula Paid Members Public
Design Sprint is a five-day process that aims to reduce risks when bringing a new product to the market. The process is meant to help teams clearly define goals and identify the best elements of each idea. But what if you could apply these methods elsewhere?
Your Ultimate Guide to the Product Discovery Process Paid Members Public
While product discovery is a necessary process, it can be challenging to wrap your head around all the tools and techniques. The solution? Spending more time on product discovery and user research to be more efficient when building the product.