You’ve probably heard the term User Experience (or UX) before. Tech companies use it when talking about their approach to product development. But what are they actually talking about?
As well as working on new features and functionality, our developers do a lot of housekeeping. They’re constantly dusting off the existing code in the system, polishing any slow processes and doing what they can to keep Rex in peak condition - with architectural changes, infrastructure upgrades and request profiling.
Celebrate three of the legends in the tech: Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper and Adele Goldberg
We have ideas all the time, and we build them if they’re feasible. But we’re not the sole providers of creative juice here at Rex. Our users bring just as much to the table as we do – often much better ideas. Ideas shaped by experience. Enter User Voice.
The Australian real estate software industry has become complacent and slow to adapt. Setting data free facilitates unimaginable innovation because it opens up vehicles for other people to build amazing new things. The industry needs it to evolve.
Our developers came across an interesting issue with Firefox autocomplete last week. I joined in to help debug the problem and we killed a good 8 man hours between 3 of us all the while receiving some sarcastic "have you tried jQuery" taunts from the design team.