Nolte is a creative agency headquartered in NYC committed to delivering quality software to their end clients. The company strives to empower the world’s most forward-thinking companies to realize their goals through superior technology, service, and support.
Since its founding in 2006, Nolte has created many successful digital products for both premium brands and early startups. To do this, Nolte relies on the bulletproof product design process that Nolte COO Adam Fenton shared with us.
We have some great news—TrackDuck is joining InVision!
InVision is the world’s leading product design collaboration platform and helps teams of all sizes to deliver better digital experiences, faster, together. Millions of people already use InVision to prototype, review, refine, manage and user test web and mobile products. InVision is used by over 75% of the Fortune 100 and enables product design at leading companies like Airbnb, Shopify, Salesforce, Disney, Netflix, IBM, Walmart, Apple, and more.
To complete their work digital agencies rely on feedback rounds. You know the drill. Whenever there’s a milestone an agency presents the current status of the project to the clients. Clients are essentially asked to provide feedback for the work that has already been done. There are many points that need to be covered during any given feedback round so clear communication is key. However, it’s not that easy to maintain it because there are just too many details that go into any digital project.
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If you asked me what type of business you should start, I would tell you to start e-commerce business. But don’t listen to me, I am working with PrestaShop e-commerce platform for two years now, so my advice is very biased.
If you wanted to start e-commerce business anyway, there are a few questions for you to consider. Consider it as a checklist that will give you strong grounds for your e-commerce success in the future.