Before every new project, we meet with our client and go through a discovery process, in which we try to gain a deeper understanding on their Minimum Viable Product, MVP, in every application or website. After we do this, we try to analyze how the MVP will help their business goals and vision into the future, then decide how to move forward.Read More
Throughout the years at Agape Red.
2010: Agape Red started in a pink room at Dave’s house in April. First hours ever tracked were September 11th.
2012: In March, Agape Red got an office! In a basement with red walls… With little more than a green picnic table… And there were around six additions to the team!Read More
From every experience there are valuable lessons to learn.
In the beginning of 2016 we had an enlightening experience with a client at Agape Red. This client had a huge project for us, long hours and a big budget. We took on the project enthusiastically and eagerly.Read More
The key to business success: Treat your customers well and offer valuable products/services.
I know what you’re thinking, that isn’t secret advice. It isn’t really even helpful. Running a business is complicated, sometimes the ‘right’ decisions for a customer are different than the ‘right’ decisions for a company.Read More
For the last few months, every employee at Agape Red has been reading a copy of David Allen’s Getting Things Done. In the book, the author outlines a process, unsurprising called Getting Things Done, for capturing, analyzing and determining next actions on all of the projects that come up in our daily lives.Read More
When it comes to building software, the opportunities are endless. If you have an idea, chances are you can find someone to build it. If you’re nontechnical, however, finding a development team and managing your software project can be tricky. Especially if you’re still in the planning stages and figuring out where to start.Read More
These days, it seems more and more people are shying away from working with professional Recruiters. Who can blame them? It’s no secret that there are some professionals in the industry pestering desired talent with generic emails and phone calls. This is especially true for people working in tech.Read More