Looking to extend your app’s functionality, find potential partners or reach out to new potential user base? Connecting your software to other products present startups all these possibilities. As well as challenges – integrations sometimes create unexpected competition and higher expectations from users. This is the 1st introductory blog post about integrations, APIs, SDKs, integration partnerships and marketing from our startup TrackDuck perspective. That means, we will be mostly using as examples TrackDuck integrations, like integration with Pivotal Tracker.
“A bespoke WordPress solution created by expert developers is a thing of beauty: exquisite and efficient rolled into one awesome package.”
So it’s the time when you’re feeling the need to outsource your WordPress development.
Not having enough resources at hand to manage a huge business/agency and hire a whole team of coders is the reason why outsourcing web development is even a thing. Thousands of business owners/agencies/freelancers are in the same boat.
There are huge risks in outsourcing, of course: all stemming from lack of faith and/or authenticity of the company. But once you manage to find the one developer/company that proves itself worthy and feels like the right match for you, here’s how you make the most of outsourcing:
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There’s no doubt that web design is a rewarding profession. No matter the project, there’s always something to learn; as an digital agency, you get to watch ideas being born, taking shape and being turned into actual products that everyone can see and use.
However, it doesn’t always go as smoothly as that. Sometimes (oftentimes) there are problems, delays and setbacks. These can be not only frustrating but costly; yet they can also be overcome. At the very least, agencies can take some of the pain out of the process through good communication and sometimes by making changes to your tool set.
Here are five pain points that many agencies have encountered when designing for the web, and some actionable solutions: