Here at Agape Red, we have a passion for a variety of different platforms, programming languages, and projects. One of our passions is mobile applications.
Since Apple premiered the iPhone in 2007, mobile apps have become a focus area of businesses and the public. Read More
You have a great idea for app, now what?
There are two ways you can go about getting your app ready to launch. The first one is going through what we call “discovery,” where we really help you understand and nail down the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) of your app. Read More
Traditionally, the helping professions refer to careers that nurture people’s bodies and minds–nurses, social workers, teachers, clergy–but in a world where technology impacts more and more of our lives every day, those who build that technology have an opportunity to help in new and innovative ways. Read More
Change the web for the better. Create things that work well. Create content and interfaces that work for as many users as possible. This is what web accessibility is all about. Before diving further into this blog post, here’s a brief glossary of critical terms that help make sense of the web accessibility landscape:
Web Accessibility Glossary
Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. Read More
As members of a software company, we at Agape Red are well aware of how our work lends itself to remote collaboration. Many of us have been using video conferencing since its nascent stages, when webcams could be seen stuck to bulky desktops with duct tape and the delays were frustrating enough to make you want to smash your monitor, Office Space style. Read More
George Washington used a stoic play to motivate his soldiers during the harsh winter at Valley Forge.
Thomas Jefferson had the writings of Seneca, a famous stoic writer, on his night stand when he passed away.
Teddy Roosevelt chose two books on stoicism, out of eight total, to bring with him on the exploration of The River of Doubt which nearly took his life. Read More
Ever wondered what to expect when building an application?
To understand your product, we like to start with a discovery process in which we try to find the sole purpose and MVP of your desired product. During this step we get a deeper understanding of what your goal is for the application. Read More
Omaha is a great place to be a kid who loves code. Between the AIM Brain Exchange, free classes at DoSpace, conferences like Code Crush, and programs like Careerockit, kids from kindergarten to high school have the opportunity to try all sorts of technology and find mentors to take them to the next step. Read More
One of the most important things when planning the timeline for a client’s project is understanding constraints and balancing priorities.
Communicating with the client is key in order to understand the desired goal for the project, their desired timeline, desired features, desired target for the project and so on. Read More
Technology is changing faster than we can keep up with, and it is easy to get caught up in the constant chase for newer, better, faster technologies. It is important to note, that newer, better and faster doesn’t mean it is the best fit for every project. Read More