Our Blog - Insights and Impulses
The best mouse in the house or how to automate my washing machine?
We let our minds bubble for things that are close to our hearts and write about ideas and tinkering, insights and views from our digital world.
A new phase awaits The Schittigs. This spotlight traces the journey of the digital product agency from its inception to its current focus on digital strategies, complex technical challenges, and web applications with exceptional user experiences.
Who are my users? And what parameters do I need to consider when developing my product in order to perfectly match it to my target group?
Successful digital products require user-centricity. But how can we align the needs of our customers with the expectations of end users to create the ultimate customer experience?
"How are you?" "Good, thank you! And you?" might seem banal, but it's a phrase that is spoken without much thought day after day. No one expects an honest answer, at least not in a business setting. The "Thank you, I'm good" also implies that in the workplace, performance is expected regardless of how one feels. Personal matters often have no place in the job. Or do they?
It's a bit like magic when code interacts in the "real world". A perfect example of this is the transformation of an ordinary garage into a smart gate that can be controlled with a smartphone. With a few inexpensive electronic components and an ESP8622 developer board, anyone can create their own smart home project.
Nothing is more dynamic than the digital business world. Framework conditions and requirements can change over the course of the project, and we want to respond to this individually. That's why it's important to us that we no longer work with fixed-price offers. But how can we do it differently?
... or: How I learned to love the bomb. My personal journey into the wondrous world of machine learning-generated AIs. From fascinated immersion in a world full of new possibilities to worrying moments and the question: Who actually wrote this blog article?
A lot has changed in the last few years. Above all, most Schittigs work no longer in the office at all. Home offices, self-determined working hours and the odd office working day are now the norm. This presents us as an agency with some challenges. In this article, we will focus on one of them: the organization of the workplace.
The Schittigs not only have something to say, they have a lot to say. We take a stand on issues, problems and news that are whirring through the digital cosmos.