Category: Agile development


How Agile helps align budget expectations

How Agile helps align budget expectations

        Filed under: Agile development

Client: My biggest concern right now is that I am getting the sense that you are envisioning this project to be bigger than we need. I have put a lot of thought into the functionalities that we will need, and I don’t want to build a mega-yacht when a simple sailboat will do. Enter the … Continued

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GSA BPA 18F Agile Delivery Services

        Filed under: Agile development, Government

WASHINGTON, DC – Agile web development Agileana L.C., formerly known as inQbation LLC, is pleased to announce the pending award of General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) Agile Delivery Services (ADS1). In the spirit of the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) and … Continued

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Shannon Sartin

Agileana names CEO Shannon Sartin

        Filed under: Agile development, Government

Shannon Sartin, CEO WASHINGTON DC – August 15, 2015 Agileana LC (formerly known as inQbation LLC) is pleased to announce its new CEO, Shannon Sartin. A native of Tucson, Arizona; Shannon was previously a Contracting Officer at the Indian Health Service in Tucson and subsequent to that, the Vice President of Federal Operations at AudioEye. … Continued

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Certified Scrum Master (CSM) Agile Coach in Washington DC

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WASHINGTON, DC – Agileana Inc is pleased to announce that its CEO, Blake Newman, is awarded the designation Certified Scrum Master for completing the prescribed requirements of this certification and he hereby entitled to all privileges and benefits offered by the Scrum Alliance, Inc.

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Best Practices: Usability, User-Centered Design, UX

        Filed under: Agile development, Usability

The most successful and effective websites and web applications will be those that cater to the user experience, that truly take an outside in approach, that delivers visual user experiences that transcend language, culture, and generation.  Websites and applications need to be so easy that a child can navigate, even one that cannot quite read … Continued

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Course correction: What Agile really means

        Filed under: Agile development, Web Development

How practicing agile, scrum, and short sprints helps organizations keep on track and make course corrections. Agile does not necessarily mean flexible For a lot of people, when they say and hear the word Agile, they think it simple means being flexible.  We are an “agile” company, they say … “we are flexible.”  But, for … Continued

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Agile methodology of web development

        Filed under: Agile development, Drupal, Web Development

Agile Development Process Why use agile development methodology? Agile minimizes risk Lean Startup = Agile Development Agile contracts Agile focuses on results and low-hanging fruit Agile principles Problems with Agile development methodology How agile development works Fixed price contracts require fixed scope of work and acceptance standards inQbation Labs and the agile development process Agile … Continued

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Best Practices for Government Web Design

Best Practices for Government Web Design

        Filed under: Agile development, Web Design

WASHINGTON, DC – On November 15th, 2010, inQbation LLC delivered ACUS.GOV to the Administrative Conference of the United States.  The success story is that we completely redesigned, developed, migrated content, complied with Section 508, and delivered a new website to the Federal Government in less than 7 weeks and under $30,000 USD. Before Redesign After … Continued

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