Recently, one of our (otherwise very satisfied) clients asked us: why do you still use an old-fashioned technology like PHP? Our Architect Thomas answers.
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We dive into a new tool in our toolbox, to show what it could mean for your workflow.
Culture eats strategy for breakfast, or so the saying goes – we'd like to throw in lunch and dinner, too.
A blog about meetings and their structure might seem like the least appealing piece of writing you’ve seen all day… But these two meeting formats will help project managers bridge the gap between business and tech.
Ever struggled with dynamic spacings in Sketch? We've got a workaround, using Anima App and our own plugin!
At November Five, we always want to make sure we are able to ship our products as qualitatively and efficiently as possible. In this post, we show you how we manage our development.
We've written about our collaborations with Belgian media company Medialaan before, when writing about the VTM app we built. This time, we'll be talking about another one of Medialaan's brands: Q.
A large telco client asked us to completely reconstruct their website – without delivering the actual product yet. A great opportunity to highlight the importance of building a coherent design system!
The VTM app is one of our prize ponies. This year, we crossed a major threshold together: our one millionth download! Time to lean back and bask in our glory? Hell no! So today we present: the complete makeover.
We're always working to make our processes user-centered! This week, we share our best advice for getting valuable feedback from user interviews.
Software firm Ferranti knocked on our door to help them expand their business model and build a new module for their flagship product.
As any larger company can tell you, a well-oiled CRM system can be a tremendous improvement to an organisation. But when the system is flawed, it can cause a lot of mayhem and frustration for everyone involved.
Love them or hate them, smartwatches and wearables are here to stay. Our designers compare the big players’ platforms: the big battle of WatchOS versus Android Wear.