This is how we do it
This is the place, where we want to introduce NoBorder Productions and write a bit about our rules and methods of dealing with projects, cooperation with customers, freelancers, and most of all, remote work that we truly love.
In the future we are planning to describe NoBorder Productions case studies, who knows, maybe someday someone will find it useful. Hopefully you will enjoy it. If you feel like sharing your knowledge, write about your ideas, feel free to contact us, we’d love to help! Maybe we’ll build your idea together?
It is undeniable that working remotely benefits employees as well as employers. From technology gurus to those who are writers, freelancing truly benefits everyone involved.read more
Here at NoBorder, planning for every project consists of three fundamental steps — and it works. No matter who is on your team, or where they are located, following these steps in order can help streamline your team project process now and down the road.
Here are the three steps you need to take to achieve team project planning success.
By now, we’ve heard it as many times as a hot summer single – Is she a front-end developer, or a back-end developer? Or, I think he’s an expert in front-end, but not the back-end.
The truth is, the lines between front-end and back-end development have blurred.
Remote-based development and design teams certainly possess advantages: an ability to hire professionals in a variety of geographic locations, the opportunity to employ a workforce around the clock, and a vast, global knowledge of marketplaces and people are just a few. However, the failure to realize the distinct challenges that may arise from your remote team’s cultural differences may eventually lead to a virtual bottleneck to project completions – and business growth.
So – you’ve built a beautiful, innovative, user-friendly, crispy speed fiend of a mobile app – and you’re ready to start signing up some users! But wait – do you have an actual plan for new user onboarding?
If you run a business and need to interview front-end developers or a front-end development team – how do you know that your candidates are qualified, especially when you don’t speak their “language?” Furthermore, what qualifications and skill sets should you look for when hiring front-end development help?
We all know how difficult it can be to properly onboard a remote employee. One little slip and you run the risk of leaving them isolated, reluctant to communicate or collaborate even when faced with a problem. At the same time, this puts you under a lot of stress as you need to take the time to ensure that they are properly integrated into the company culture.
What is a Front End Developer, and how is it different from a Web Designer? Most importantly, how do you know if and when you need a Front End Development Expert for your business’s website?
You’ve heard the term front end developer – but do you know what makes them different from all the other web and app gurus out there, and exactly why the distinction matters to your business?
In today’s digital world, businesses are always on – and competition is high. It’s important, then, that your company increases engagement on your website, by providing your target audience with the right messaging and visuals to convert clients, including fresh content, and a fluid, clean, responsive website.
If you are a business owner at the helm of your company’s branding and marketing strategies, you may feel as if your digital products (like your app, software products, and company website) are sending you full tilt into uncharted business territory.
Remote workers are qualified, essential components of their value stream. Unfortunately, remote workers, and particularly independent contractors and freelancers, often struggle to get paid. When most companies have years of payroll experience, why does this happen?
WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything related to WordPress and WordPress development. These informal, community-organized events are put together by people connected with WordPress, and in the spirit of open source, they support everyone from casual bloggers to core development experts.
The testing phase of the mobile app design process is one of the most crucial parts of an app developer’s work – for both short term and long term success in the profession. In fact, the testing phase is as vital as the development and design of the application itself. If you rush through the testing phase and launch an app before its ready, it may become a failure that your client – and your reputation – don’t recover from.