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Our thoughts on innovation in web design, web development and business models

As an Agile company, we’re in a constant feedback loop. Our team tries to improve every single day, and so does our organisation. We’re passionate about new ways to work, from web development frameworks to business models like holacracy.

We’ve gathered our experiences, thoughts and tips in this collection of articles.

Every mistake that could make your Design Sprint fail

The Design Sprint is a new process for most people. It’s not immediately obvious how important are some of its aspects. This can easily spiral out of control, as one person’s assumption can have a knock-on effect on the entire group and the outcome. A skilled facilitator will alleviate most of these concerns, but it’s useful for every participant to know what “danger” is around the corner.

Solve problems in one hour with Lightning Decision Jam

Solving problems in a meeting is a bit of a myth. They drag on; the group gets overpowered by the loudest voices, and it usually ends with an email and an invitation to a follow-up meeting. What if I told you there’s an infinitely better way to do that? It takes just an hour, you can do it remotely and applies to any kind of problem.

What is technical debt in Agile – definition, examples & how to deal with it

Technical debt is a metaphor for the shortcuts that we take in software development. In the same way that financial debt can be useful when it helps you to achieve your goals quicker, technical debt can make sense when it enables you to get something working quickly. These shortcuts come at the cost of increased development effort in future releases—effort that may be impossible to predict, but which can often be significant.

Why building websites isn’t fun

If you’ve never had an awful experience with building a website, cast the first stone. Projects are often a drag, they become a tug of war and everyone heaves a sigh of relief when they are done. This is probably the shortest and most accurate description of the traditional “waterfall” approach for web design.

6 inevitable Web Design trends

You can’t know the future. Yet, we will do our best to guess what awaits in the world of web design. We have seen more bravery and attempts to cut through the noise. There is no doubt that some of those will stay with us forever. We also remain certain that web designers have other innovative ideas up their sleeves waiting for the right time.

Interactive website of the future: Chrome AR

Static sites are a thing of the past. Your visitors desire an interactive website and Google is taking it to the next level with Chrome AR. At the moment the feature is only available in the developer build of the browser, but we already have insight into how it can revolutionise our browsing experience – especially on mobile devices.


Includes tools to maximise your website potential.