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In our industry we commonly provide clients with some form of high-fidelity visual prototype of what they want to build. We use these prototypes to guide the discussion and gain feedback. However, these visual assets (often Adobe Photoshop Documents (PSDs)) can have both favorable and unfavorable consequences. To be clear, a PSD can mean any high-fidelity visual representation of screens,…

One of the big business cliches is the Project Management Triangle. The triangle has three points: Quality, Speed and Price. The idea is that for any project, you get to “pick two.” That is, you can have something done fast and cheap, but the quality will suffer. Or you can have it done good and cheap, but it will take…

Being responsible for envisioning and shaping the end user experience is one of the most rewarding responsibilities in building digital products. One of the hardest decisions a product manager will make is determining when something is "done." Determining when to “be done enough” is often a negotiation. The negotiation typically converges around some kind of contract. In agency situations, this…

When MojoTech was smaller I spent more time writing code than emails. That ratio has changed over the last few years. Now that I'm now more responsible for business development than software development I spend more time with non-technical business leaders than I used to, including clients. A common theme I've noticed is how most people tend to lump all…

Building an innovative company

On paper, MojoTech's resume looks pretty impressive. Since its inception in 2008, MojoTech has launched more than 100 products by partnering with clients to deliver software that solves their most complex business problems. MojoTech was ranked the 42nd fastest growing software company in America by Inc. Magazine, and was listed as one of 2016’s Best Places to Work for…

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