It’s usually a big, exciting day when your new website launches. The process of getting there may not be as exciting, but it’s crucial for making that launch day a success. In the past, the most common method for developing software was the waterfall model: clients listed each requirement and every functionality. Then the whole workflow model was finalized before the development process even started. Once the development was underway, the client only got to see the final product with little to no change taking place during the development cycle.
Stories are important. They motivate users to act, drive results, and deliver outcomes. To get from discovery to launch, you need to understand your site’s users, their behavior, and their needs. User stories are very beneficial and useful tools for building software. When used correctly, they help build impactful end-user experiences.
As humans, we love telling a good story. It is how we pass down traditions and teach history generation after generation. While custom software development might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you envision a great story, it is critical to draw in your audience and help build relationships with your customers.
When planning the design of your company website, the Content Management System is the foundation. In today’s ever-evolving technology environment, Drupal stands out as one of the best choices available. At Provisio, we are Drupal experts.
Michigan adopted a strict cybersecurity protocol for insurers licensed in the state. It sets out a standard to protect the non-public personal information of clients, customers, employees, contractors, and anyone else who gives private information to your business. One key part of the law is the requirement that insurers have a Written Information Security Program (WISP). Find out what’s included, and why you need it.
For the past year, Michigan law has required insurers doing business in the state to put the cybersecurity needs of their customers first. By adopting a version of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Insurance Data Security Model Law, the state became the fifth in the nation to prioritize consumers’ personal security.
For years, web designers and developers have been advocating that every business needs a mobile friendly website. But is that just hype, or does having a mobile friendly website really matter?
When it comes to the Internet, speed is key. But it’s not just about clocking your office’s upload and download speeds. You also need to pay attention to how fast your website loads and catches your users’ attention. If your website isn’t fast enough, your users might “bounce” and you might lose customers before you even make your pitch. Find out what is slowing your website down and holding your business back.