If you’ve got too many features, it can distract and overwhelm your users. To make them happy, you have to find the right balance of features and simplicity.
You can do this by ensuring your first version is a Minimum Viable Product, aka MVP. How do you do that, and what are things you should consider or avoid when laying out the groundwork?
WARNING: Do not try this at home!
Slingy loves doing crazy, daredevil-ish stunts. Today, he will attempt his wildest adventure yet: flying through a flaming hoop.
Will he make it? The suspense is killing me!
Our group of designers have a great variety of specialties and identities. Whether you’re interested in one day becoming a software designer, or you’re looking to learn more about who Slingshot is, here’s a look into some of our design squad.
As you probably know, we call ourselves Big Kids. Some people wonder if that means were childish, but we see it as being creative and open-minded. As you can see from this children's meeting, we're really for BIGGER Kids and Daredevils.
This month we're speaking with Paul Ford: an insurtech expert who has several startups under his belt.
We'll discuss exposure to entrepreneurs, corporate burnout, learning and working for who you are, finding direction vs having a plan, Louisville's authenticity, relinquishing control, life's escalator, keeping your clarity, and writing your own story.
This Pride Month, we’d like to discuss how gender identity impacts data collection (specifically in our Research phase) and the best practices on how to be mindful of the queer community during interviews.
As the weather heats up in Louisville, we decided to bring more friends to the Slingshot party. Our newest big kids and daredevils are smart, talented, and pretty cool. We can’t wait for you to meet them.