Category: Strategy

  • Product Design in Modern Application Development

    The Five Ws of Product Design in Modern Application Development

    It’s been a few weeks since I started as a product designer for NearForm and I feel super lucky and humbled to share the same space with a group of amazing and talented designers as well as the talent of all the NearFormers—I know, it sounds much better than being a Googler, doesn’t it ?…

    Ivan Frantar
    | 12th October 2018
  • The Future of Native Modules in Node.js

    N-api and prebuilt native modules are ready for prime time.

    Mathius Buus
  • Adopting certified images in your supply chain is crucial to establish a mature posture with Node.js.

    Jason Melo
  • It’s time for OSS to embrace Design-Led Development

    A Design Sprint helped the Node Clinic team build a solution that answers user needs. It can help you too.

  • NearForm Design Sprint Templates

    Design Sprint Templates create a shared understanding of the activities that occur in a Design Sprint and ensure the team gathers the necessary information in each phase of the Design Sprint.

    Joy Burke
  • The NearForm Design Sprint Handbook

    Given how expensive software development is, the biggest cost saving in any of our engagements is to write as little software as possible!

    Damian Beresford
    | 30th November 2017
  • Methods for improving your decision making process

    Master these straightforward steps and your decision making process will never be the same again

    Antoine Marin
  • Microsoft and nearForm announce alliance for Node.js developer migration and support services on Azure

    We are announcing a new alliance to help customers migrate to using Node.js on Azure

    Conor O'Neill
  • How design sprints enable organisations to build better products

    nearForm facilitates 5 days Concept Sprints to define the Minimum Viable Product.

    Antoine Marin
    | 16th August 2017
  • Release the Kraken: How PayPal is being revolutionised by Node.js and Lean-UX

    At the beginning of September 2013, we had the pleasure of hearing Bill Scott from PayPal talk about the revolution that is happening there through the use of Node.js and Lean-UX practices. Bill arrived in PayPal in 2011 to a risk-averse, “not invented here” culture where long shelf life was the norm. Things were so…

    Cian Ó’Maidín
    | 5th November 2013
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