Without our team, we wouldn’t be Agape Red. That is why it is priority to make sure everyone is provided with the right tools to be productive and feel comfortable in the office. Here are a few things we do for our employees.Read More
Agape Red is more than just software development. We care about people, and especially the people that try to make Omaha a better place, and buying pizza is a way to show our support.
Pizza makes people happy, it makes the meetup organizers’ lives easier, makes the community better, and it is an easy way for us to give back.Read More
When starting projects that require development, it is of great importance to have a developer in every step of the project, not just after the designs are completed.
Developers can provide you with extra insights and help you get better end results for your project.Read More
WordPress is great tool; that is if you use it wisely and not try to work around it, but instead, with it. WordPress has lots of benefits for its users. For example, it is easy to update content, it has SEO integration, flexible ecommerce options, responsive themes that are optimized for tablets and mobile, it has built-in blogging, some big companies swear by it, and it has a large community.Read More
Elanor was a Father’s Day present, she was about a foot tall and lived in a red vase. I named her after Elanor in The Lord Of The Rings film, in which she was known as “the fair” for her immense beauty.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
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