One of the biggest challenges for any development team is working well together. Everyone has to be part of a well-oiled machine that has efficient workflows in place to deploy and maintain code, as well as add code to the codebase. The user experience of real-world website visitors and customers depends on it.
I’m at the helm of an agency that I founded as a solopreneur a few years ago. Today, I’ve got a team of 10 made up of both paid employees and subcontractors, who form the backbone of an operation that supports and manages the websites of both our clients and our clients’ clients. In other words, this kind of growth wouldn’t be possible without having the right tools in place.
Teams have long had a love-hate relationship with design systems. While they solve a lot of key pain points for designers, just creating and maintaining them can actually cause their own issues for teams.
One of the most challenging realities of scaling your business is being able to organize everything well. With more success comes more complexity I discovered – as the founder of web design and development startup, Rise.
I knew that growing my Internet marketing company would be a huge time commitment. This is something I’m very passionate about, so it doesn’t feel like work.
The amount of commerce that takes place on the web today is staggering. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, transactions that took place on the Internet in 2018 totaled a staggering $513.6 billion.
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