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mHealth Apps: 2014 and Beyond

By |March 4th, 2015|

Mobile health is becoming more and more relevant as patients begin to monitor their health and reduce costs associated to it. And the healthcare industry is taking notice, but is the market self-sustaining? How […]

Estimating Mobile App Dev Cost: Intersog’s Perspective

By |February 27th, 2015|

What are the key factors associated with app development costs? Which mobile app platforms should be considered in the app development process? Intersog project manager Valerie Verveda spoke with Clutch, a leading source of […]

How Will Fitness Survive Technology’s Wave?

By |February 25th, 2015|

According to IBIS World, the fitness industry will continue to grow slowly over the next five years with revenues projected to increase. However in the midst of this, fitness gyms will have to find […]

Building iOS Apps In Swift: Cool And Fast, But Still Lacking Best Practices

By |February 19th, 2015|

Apple’s new programming language, Swift was presented less than a year ago at the Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. However, it has already made it to Top 25 most popular programming languages, according to the January […]

Smartwatch Apps Developer Guide

By |February 18th, 2015|

In 2015, smartwatch is probably going to be the wearable gadget of the year in terms of consumer demand and experience. To date, there’re actually two types of smartwatches – one that is paired […]

Ukraine’s Programming Languages Rating 2015: New Losers and Winners Detected

By |February 16th, 2015|

Following up on our January post about the Global Programming Languages Ranking 2015 vs 2014, we’re adding some fresh data from the recent Ukrainian Programming Languages research done by DOU, Ukraine’s largest online IT community. […]

iHub Ring #1 Round-Up

By |February 13th, 2015|

“Today’s Ukraine is full of new opportunities. Those who get here first will be ahead of the curve…” said Norway’s Ambassador to Ukraine Jon Elvedal Fredriksen at iHub Ring #1 – Ukrainian digital startups battle organized […]

Telemedicine: From Smoke Signals To Mobile Applications

By |February 9th, 2015|

The first form of telemedicine began with African villagers who used smoked signals to warn people to stay away from their village in case of serious disease. In the early 1900s, people living in […]

Ukraine Ranks #33 In Top 50 Innovative Countries 2015

By |February 5th, 2015|

Ukraine has made a huge leap in Bloomberg’s Annual Global Innovation Index 2015: in just one year, our country has jumped from 49th to 33rd spot and left behind such innovative countries as Hong […]

[Infographic] Growth of Mobile Gambling and Subscriptions: 2010 – 2019

By |February 4th, 2015|

As you may know, gambling was one of the first industries to have moved to the mobile space some time ago. It all started with SMS lotteries followed by gambling apps developed for smartphones. Windsor […]

Code Review Checklist

By |February 2nd, 2015|

While you may think that code reviews are just big time wasters, they are useful indeed, especially when you want to catch bugs / find errors, ensure your code is readable and maintainable, share […]

QALight Meetup Roundup

By |January 30th, 2015|

Last weekend I had a chance to attend a free meet-up dedicated to Mobile Apps Testing for juniors organized by QALight Club and held at the Kyiv National Aviation University. The keynote speaker was Alex […]

App Development Cost in 2014: iOS vs Android

By |January 29th, 2015|

According to Google Trends, “app development cost” is one of today’s most popular search terms in the United States and UK, with regional interest rates reaching 100 and 94 respectively.

Since iOS and Android are […]

How Not To Fail UI/UX Design Crash Course at British School of Art and Design

By |January 27th, 2015|

Big projects, disagreement inside team, restless nights, new findings and many other things that I learned and took away from my knowledge enhancement trip to Moscow.

UI / UX course is the most popular one […]

Healthcare IT Outsourcing Shows Signs of Revival, Since 2011

By |January 26th, 2015|

According to the latest Everest Group Report, in 2014, the healthcare IT outsourcing (ITO) market showed signs of revival, as deals with large-sized providers gained traction. The report also predicts an increase for IT […]

IT Salaries in Ukraine as of December 2014

By |January 23rd, 2015|

Ukraine’s largest online community of software developers, DOU has recently published the results of their 2014 Ukrainian IT Salaries Research and we traditionally provide the English coverage of this Report for those looking to […]

Programming Languages Ranking: January 2015 vs January 2014

By |January 21st, 2015|

We traditionally publish our year-on-year comparison of programming languages ranking to see how software development landscape changes over time. As usual, RedMonk research helps us see these changes.

Let’s see Top 20 Programming Languages as […]

[Intersog Partner News] Windeln.de To Boost Online Shopping in Germany

By |January 20th, 2015|

We’re happy to congratulate our former client Windeln.de on a huge milestone achieved – 4 year-old Germany’s equivalent of diapers.com closed a €45 million ($52 million) funding round on Monday, 19 January, bringing in roughly […]

Five Killers of Effective A/B Split Testing

By |January 15th, 2015|

So you’ve decided to check your new UI/UX solution with A/B split testing? That’s a very good idea! Yet, the sequence of A/B test actions is normally as follows: you create 2 versions of […]

UX Design Triggers to Capture Users and Improve Sales

By |January 14th, 2015|

Can you guess a way to a successful design of your web or mobile product? One that will help you get much bang for the buck when marketing your site or app to end […]