Author Archives: gabriel

When technology and art coexist, great people emerge

Passionate about graphs and pixels, Horațiu has a seemingly strange job – he’s all into finding errors and glitches. Of course, we’re talking about coding faults related to the applications that he tests every day at IT Teams. The testing process is a vital step for the applications developed by the team to meet the […]

5 obvious signs that your application needs a UI refresh

Over time, applications age and need to be updated to keep up with the evolution of hardware and operating systems, and user requirements but also to keep up with design level trends. Sometimes, just a user interface/UI refresh will be enough. Aesthetic and functional changes at the interface level can make an old application look modern or meet the requirements of users, but without involving a complete rewrite and implicitly a considerable expense.

The girl who wanted to be a Financial Manager, but became a Full Stack Developer instead

Today, our third piece of content from the IT Teams Astronauts series focuses on the feminine side of our team. ”If someone had told me 10 years ago, during high school, that I was going to be a programmer, I wouldn’t have believed it”, Raluca told us, but today she is full stack developer and […]

If you want to code fast, do it alone, if you want to code bulletproof, do it in a team!

We continue our blog post series about people that shape IT Teams through their stories and their continuous drive to strive at being the best teammates and professionals in this vast industry of technology as we know it today. We take pride in our colleagues and, through these bits of content, we wish to shed […]

Why UX/UI design is so important and how it helps you develop a great product

UI and UX, the two sides of the same coin UX (User Experience) and UI (User Interface) are terms that mean very different things, but only together can they help create digital products that users fall in love with. Today, when the ability to replicate the functionality of a product has increased and more and […]

From fast dribbling to agile sprint. The soccer player who learned how to code

”The soccer player who learned how to code” is the first blog post from a series about people without whom IT Teams could not exist – IT Teams Astronauts. These are stories about us, about what captivates us into this fascinating industry, what motivates us professionally and what makes us move forward. Iulian played professional […]

Prototype and MVP Software Development, services that help startups get off the ground

Developing a Minimum Viable Product ( MVP), a product version with enough features to attract early adopter customers is the best way to reduce the risks. From a high-level perspective, a Minimum Viable Product or MVP is a development technique in which a basic version of a new product is launched, with enough features to get the attention of the consumers.