Secrets of Product Dev with RiutBag - Part 2: rapid prototyping and respecting reality

Secrets of Product Dev with RiutBag - Part 2: rapid prototyping and respecting reality

(Part 2 of 2) Whether we code, weld or stitch products together, everything we make for our users contains design problems to solve. How we solve these problems can, at the very least, minimise time-to-market and maximise innovation returns. What development techniques do designers use when designing and testing physical products? Can the design of textiles shine light on (systems? software?) development? Conflux spoke to one-person startup Sarah Giblin, founder of Kickstarter success RiutBag, to discover her unique and effective approach to product development. This article is part two of two.

Secrets of Product Dev with RiutBag - Part 1: metrics and co-creation

Secrets of Product Dev with RiutBag - Part 1: metrics and co-creation

(Part 1 of 2) Whether we code, weld or stitch products together, everything we make for our users contains design problems to solve. How we solve these problems can, at the very least, minimise time-to-market and maximise innovation returns. What development techniques do designers use when designing and testing physical products? Can the design of textiles shine light on (systems? software?) development? Conflux spoke to one-person startup Sarah Giblin, founder of Kickstarter success RiutBag, to discover her unique and effective approach to product development. This article is part one of two.

Continuous Lifecycle London 2019 - Day 1: Culture, motivation and having fun!

I am really glad to be a part of Conflux team who went to the Continuous Lifecycle London conference today! It’s the fourth time the conference is being held in London and it’s always a good fun - so many interesting talks that make you rethink the way you do things and give you ideas on how to solve your problems, so many interesting people and interesting conversations!

Here are my impressions of the day:

Sustainable Digital Delivery - What Works? - Leeds Digital Festival 2019

Sustainable Digital Delivery - What Works? - Leeds Digital Festival 2019

As part of Leeds Digital Festival 2019, Conflux hosted the “Sustainable Digital Delivery” event - half a day of talks from local industry experts and community leaders. The topics for the day ranged from the engineering culture, MVP to open API - there was something for everyone. Also, the attendees had an opportunity to discuss the topics further with the speakers after the talks.

How to Build a Great Engineering Culture - Tanja Lichtensteiger - Sky Betting & Gaming

How to Build a Great Engineering Culture - Tanja Lichtensteiger - Sky Betting & Gaming

How to Build a Great Engineering Culture - Tanja Lichtensteiger - Sky Betting & Gaming

Tanja Lichtensteiger of Sky Betting & Gaming discusses how to build a great engineering culture and how it can help you build better software.

(This post is part of a collection from the Sustainable Digital Delivery event hosted by Conflux at the Leeds Digital Festival 2019)

M is for MVP (or is it?) - Clem Pickering - Infinity Works

M is for MVP (or is it?) - Clem Pickering - Infinity Works

M is for MVP (or is it?) - Clem Pickering - Infinity Works

Clem Pickering of Infinity Works discusses how an MVP is not exactly MVP and how we should change the definition to establishing regular, iterative delivery.

(This post is part of a collection from the Sustainable Digital Delivery event hosted by Conflux at the Leeds Digital Festival 2019)