Day-to-day business can be stressful and a lot of time, effort and brain power is invested in the realization of customer projects, but creativity can be quickly and easily awakened in each person. For our denkwerk thinx team, we distributed a quick “mini-think-tank” after the lunch break where we asked our colleagues to take 7 minutes and write down ideas about certain objects. We’ll keep you posted on whether a gadget, app or entirely different product arises from one of these ideas. We are excited!
Quality Assurance in Web Development: Backend
Faster, higher, further – This motto also applies to web development. In the past years, this area has reached an extremely high tempo in its development and quality is often left by the wayside. We proactively combat this with coding tools for quality assurance and documentation in backend development.
Digital Creating Ranking – 2nd Place
Simply amazing: In the BVDW digital creative ranking, denkwerk was awarded 2nd place! Compared to last year’s raking, we jumped up 16 spots. We sincerely thank all colleagues for all their hard work and commitment. We are proud of each individual point!
News from Tilburg – thinx team on the go
How time flies: The team from summer of thinx has greatly progressed with its work. Our three do-ers put their heads together to come up with an idea. In cooperation with the Textile Museum in Tilburg, the ideas developed in denkwerk are further developed into prototypes. We are eager to see the innovations! More to come soon.
Quality Assurance in web development: frontend
The increasing tempo and growing demands in the area of web development often lead to compromised quality. In three blog entries, we explain how we have implemented automated process in frontend, backend and integration to master these challenges. To start off our quality initiative, we’ll take a look at frontend development.
Excellent! Three iF DESIGN AWARDS
We are delighted (times three) about the iF DESIGN AWARDS: New award winners of the prestigious iF seal include the ZWILLING website, the “Summelsurium” and Beats & Bytes.