Writing Meaningful User Stories Welcome to the third article in our user experience series! In our previous post, we discussed how to conduct user research in order to understand the user’s needs, desires, and constraints to better inform your UX designs. Now that you have compiled the results of your research, how can you best […]
It is very important for us to do what we can to help those less fortunate than ourselves, especially during an unprecedented time such as this. Giving back to the community and supporting a caring environment is the foundation on which IQ Inc. was built. Taking all of this into account, Tyler Sechler, one of […]
Interviewing virtually presents a whole new set of obstacles. Here are some informative and entertaining “do’s and don’ts” to keep in mind for your next remote interview.
ARTICLE ONE – EXAMINING THE PERSPECTIVES (AGILE – VS – REGULATED DEVELOPMENT) Greetings everyone, and welcome to the opening article in a series of blog posts concerning Medical Device Development using AGILE techniques. I will begin by firmly stating that I am no expert on this subject. I am, however, a successful practitioner of the […]
Welcome to the second article in our user experience series here at IQ Inc! In our previous post, we laid the foundation for why user experience is important to both the user and the business. If you’d like to learn more about that or refresh your memory, please check out the previous post here: https://iq-inc.com/why-ux-is-important. […]
Do you enjoy type-safety? Check out what Jeremy Zacharia, a Software Engineer at IQ Inc., worked on in his home office during this pandemic. Jeremy dove deep into how one can leverage Typescript in a monorepository. Please check out the following article that dives into backend and frontend architecture, as well as dependency restriction. […]