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How can I evoke specific emotions in my users through my application?

Vincent has already developed a Web platform where users subscribe and share their experiences with professionals. While some users love his concept, others struggle understanding it. Vincent would like to improve the customer experience to get more clients onboard and reduce the churn rate or the number of paying customers that the company loses per month.

Should I consider offshoring to develop my startup?

Philippe already has an artificial intelligence developer on his team and he needs someone with complementary skills to develop his startup’s Web SaaS solution. Now he’s wondering if offshoring as a non-technical founder would be a reliable way to develop his startup‘s product.

How do I evaluate a developer’s proposal?

Colette already has a great offline business with its own practitioners network. Her business is growing and she is about to develop a new set of tools to systematize her ecosystem and bring her business to a scalable level. She has already written the specifications to create both the Web and the mobile app. It’s now time to evaluate the developer’s proposal. Let’s see what a good one should contain.

What is a progressive Web application?

Colette already has a great offline business with its own practitioners network. But since her business is growing, she needs to industrialize the way her team works, provide the tools to better organize meetings, and give more advice to her clients. ​After interviewing several software providers, she was exposed to multiple solutions to build the mobile-accessible interface she had imagined.

Can I build a startup with only remote developers?

Olivier was able to build his first team with freelancers, and he relied on this option for several months. But he found it difficult to manage people remotely, and ended up hiring local developers to be able to keep an eye on them in his office. It is possible to build an entire team exclusively out of remote workers. But it entails changing everything we’ve learned in the past few decades about managing a team.

What is a disaster recovery plan?

You might think that as a startup, you shouldn’t be concerned with such a heavy process… right? Think again. What if your hosting provider disappears? What if you lose your app’s source code? Don’t you think you might need a properly documented technical procedure to recover it? You definitely will. There are dozens of reasons to use a disaster recovery plan. The interesting fact is that if you face a major disaster, your business has a 90% chance of dying if you do not have a disaster recovery plan (DRP)! To figure out a DRP, you need to establish a few things.