Dasha keeps the studio blog and portfolio up-to-date. In her free time, she writes about sci-fi, games, and books
Blue ocean strategy offers startup owners a way to create a new market and fill it with their product. Startups using it enjoy a competitors-free market and when the copycats and competitors finally come, it’s harder for them to beat their predecessors since people don’t like changing their habits.
If you’re familiar with lean methodology by Eric Ries, you know that there’re 3 major engines of growth: viral, sticky and paid. If you aren’t, we will remind you how they work.
Is developing a mobile app worth the cost? Paying $30-50K for an app might be not a big deal for a big corporation but the same amount of money can constitute a huge part (if not all) of one’s startup capital. Today we’ll try to explain why mobile development is so expensive and why businesses can benefit from having a high-quality app for their clients.
We’re humbled to announce that we are featured as a leading Ukrainian App Development company on Clutch. Clutch is a Washington-DC based B2B rating and review site for IT and Marketing services and solutions.
Even though many founders have good tech startup ideas, they’re also secretly scared of not taking into account some small detail that will ruin the whole gig. But overplanning is no good for an IT startup: you need to quickly move from idea to result to ride the wave.
In 2014 Uber taxi became so insanely popular that Uber for X is now constantly used to quickly describe any idea for on-demand startup. Today we will talk about what Uber for X is and look at industries that have adopted this model.