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Entries tagged: project management

Article  |  Leadership

6 Reasons Not to Hire Planet Argon

10 Jan 2017

6 Reasons Not to Hire Planet Argon

We’ve partnered with incredible companies in dozens of different verticals: subscription snack services, spin studios, event venues, and technology companies, just to name a few. Our redesign and development abilities translate beyond one industry. But we aren’t the right fit for every project. Here are six reasons you shouldn't hire Planet Argon. It's not you, it's us.

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Article  |  Project Management

What the BLEEP is Ruby on Rails? A Project Manager's Perspective

26 May 2016

What the BLEEP is Ruby on Rails? A Project Manager's Perspective

Digital project managers (DPMs) know all the infinite details of their projects from the smallest feature updates to massive project builds or overhauls. When it comes to the development languages though, sometimes DPMs are a little in the dark, and that's ok! But if your project is built or being built using Ruby on Rails, there are some things you should know about why some developers go all googly-eyed over it. And why you, as the DPM, should too.

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Video  |  Work

Video Testimonial: Oregonian / OregonLive

31 Mar 2016

Steve Suo and Grant Butler from the Oregonian/OregonLive share their experience of working with our team and the results of our redesigned Recipe Box; from a more inspiring and searchable application, to an increase in traffic, to simultaneously freeing up their staff time to focus on the content they serve to customers.

Link  |  Project Management

IN DEFENSE OF ESTIMATES

6 May 2015

Link  |  Project Management

Is it worth the complexity?

24 Jun 2013

Article  |  Project Management

Creating and Implementing D^5: Discovery

5 Apr 2012

As my bio indicates, this software business was entirely new to me. I dabbled with web apps in the past, created a handful of websites, and managed — from a very, very high-level — a few web projects. But my experience is in the much more progressive-sequence world of construction, manufacturing, and marketing. These are industries with well-defined, industry standard work-flows.

Part of the draw to the web studio was the unknown.

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