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  • New Tag and Pin Elements

    by Ben Gremillion

      New elements are available! We’d like to present new JustProto elements: TAGS and PINS These two elements have similar function to sticky notes. You can use them to tag other elements with a short comment or note. However, unlike sticky notes where text is visible constantly, Tag or Pin comments become visible only when you

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    • JustProto Update

      by Ryan Riddle

        The new 1.7.0 version has been launched! We were listening to your suggestions and ideas carefully and we have been working very hard on improving JustProto for you. So now here it is! We are proud to announce JustProto’s new features: Improved Elements List Icons and banners Video Check them out below! Improved Elements List

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      • Project Management in Standish Group Research

        by Jerry Cao

          Recently, I was searching for some current researches and statistics about poject managment in general. What I found made me really suprised and disapointed as well. Below, Im publishing released in April 2009 report made by Standish Group, titled “CHAOS Summary 2009”. In the “CHAOS Summary 2009” report The Standish Group has re-examined 10 of

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        • Building strategy while designing

          by Jerry Cao

          IDEO is one of the largest and most important American design and consulting companies. Starting from the industrial design and interaction design (one of the founders was Bill Modgidge) IDEO has extended its consulting services and fell under strategic competence of consulting companies like McKinsey. What differs IDEO from the others is approach based on

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        • Let’s Communicate Part 3

          by Ryan Riddle

            Non-verbal communication- mysterious background player Most of the confusion doesn’t come from the fact that we do not hear speech, are not able to cut sentences into logical pieces, or do not understand the words. Their reason is that people simply don’t understand the intentions of speakers, especially when the social context fails. When Demosthenes

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          • Let’s communicate Part 2

            by Ryan Riddle

              Yes, we can finally sit and start the conversation with our client. Of course conversation doesn’t only mean speaking, it’s both – effective listening and smart presenting our thoughts. How to do it as much clear as it possible? During conversation remember to: Demonstrate the initiative As a for example; Project manager, should show initiative.

            • Find out which application is truly worth having!

              by Ryan Riddle

                Don’t scroll down yet!! First, do the simple math below, then scroll down to find your app ;) It’s CRAZY how accurate this is! 1) Pick your favorite number between 1-9 2) Multiply by 3 then 3) Add 3 4) Then again multiply by 3 (I’ll wait while you get the calculator…..) 5) You’ll get

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              • Prototyping with passion

                by Jerry Cao

                  Friday was very busy day, until 12 o’clock, when suddenly and unexpectedly our internet was cut off :) We really regret that you couldn’t see our disappointed, miserable faces. We didn’t want to dilly-dally (although, this vision was a real temptation), that’s why we activated our creative potential and decided to play a trick on

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                • Let's communicate! Part 1

                  by Jerry Cao

                  It’s not a secret that our business success highly depends on our communication skills. Paradoxically, many companies forgot to put those skills on the top of training list. How many project didn’t start because of our account manager / sales representative communication impotence? Probably we won’t ever now (or statistics are so dramatic, that’s better

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                • DeTeam Integration Party 2009!

                  by Jerry Cao

                    Recently, our team decided to move out from office and check team skills in outdoor conditions. We have to admit, it was really extreme weekend spent together. Took out to the deep forest, put to the test of (im)mor(t)al immunity ;-) Fully united with four elements: fearless warriors of lake and river, Neptun conquerors, gravity

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                  • Modern drama, mysterious case and love behind

                    by Jerry Cao

                      Prologue: Do you remember Skype & JustProto mysterious case? If not, you can refresh your memory here. Below, small portion of modern drama, little ‘Love Story’ with gripping plot and unexpected ending. Enjoy! JustProto Love Story Chapter I, Starring: Mysterious Problem Action: Our team worked many days and nights by the sweat of their brow,

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                    • Everything is designed

                      by Jerry Cao

                        Recently, after Tall Ship Races and famous Heineken Open’air Festival, Gdynia opened city for second edition of Gdynia DesignDays. The idea of this event was to integrate artists from countries over Baltic Sea, and give them opportunity to present their art-work on exhibitions or sell them in specially arranged containers. You could see there strange

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                      • Vertical or horizontal, that’s the question!

                        by Jerry Cao

                          New feature on JustProto board : Vertical and Horizontal Line! No comment is needed, sticky notes on attached screens will guide you through their properties This is how the Vertical & Horizontal Line look in JustProto application Looking forward to your tests and suggestions on JustProto blog!

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                        • Design Psychology

                          by Jerry Cao

                            While searching the internet for some articles about psychological sides of web designing, I found interesting presentation made by Joshua Porter. It briefly shows, how understanding and using psychological rights can support designing an efficient users interfaces. Captology – computers as persuasive technology and Social proof are main subjects of this presentation. Have a look

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