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How to Choose the Best Engagement Model to Build Your Offshore Development Team

How to Choose the Best Engagement Model to Build Your Offshore Development Team

According to Statista, around $288 billion has been spent globally for IT outsourcing services. Moreover, according to a Deloitte survey, 53% of businesses outsource their IT functions. Also, as per another IT sourcing report, small businesses invest 6.1% of their IT budget in IT outsourcing, while mid-sized firms invest 4.6% and large-sized businesses invest 7.4%. The reason for these staggering figures is simple: Due to the sheer amount of benefits of outsourcing, it is highly popular across industries. It can help you reduce and control expenses, accelerate company transformation, reduce the time to market, improve your business or focus, and more. However, choosing a quality IT outsourcing provider and, most importantly, the engagement model is not easy. And, when it comes to engagement models, you will often be offered the following three models to choose from: Fixed Cost Model Time and Material Model Dedicated Hiring Model Every model has its own pros and cons and selecting the one that is best suited for your needs requires thorough analysis and knowledge. So, to simplify your decision, we will go through all three types of models with all the information you need to know about them in this article. We will thus define each model; explain when you should choose each model, and what the pros and cons are of each. So, read on. Fixed Price Model In this model, you first define the scope, requirements, and timeline and pay a pre-agreed fixed price for the final product. It is straightforward with zero or little external dependencies. You Should Choose the Fixed Price Model if: You have a short-term project, The project description is well-defined with...
Adobe XD Preview – UI and UX Simplified!

Adobe XD Preview – UI and UX Simplified!

Project Comet is no more! Well, it has now been materialized into Adobe Experience Design CC (or Adobe XD), a highly effective prototyping and design tool from Adobe. All this while, it was being developed under the name ‘Project Comet’, and now Adobe has finally released its preview version on March 14, 2016, for Mac OS. The Adobe XD preview version is an all-in-one tool for UX (user experience) designers that help them to create, design and wire together interfaces for websites, desktops as well as mobile platforms. Adobe has taken several inputs from the designer community before the public release of Adobe XD preview version. Now, they intend to take more valuable feedback from all, so that they can work further on this tool and fine-tune it. Adobe has already identified a few areas to work upon on their blog, based on the feedback received post release of the Adobe User Experience preview version. An important aspect to note is that Adobe has not released this UX tool as a replacement for any other tool. They have offered it as a comprehensive, lightweight and easy-to-use solution that supports creation of wire frames, visual designs and interaction designs, the ability to preview modifications in real-time, prototype sharing for instant feedback, and so on. How to Download and Start Using Adobe XD? If you are already itching to try out this new Adobe product, you can do so immediately. All you need is an Adobe id, and then, you can simply download this UX tool from Adobe.com. Alternatively, you may even be able to get hold of this preview tool from the...