The Tao of New Features (Part 2)

This is the second of a 4 part series on the geoLOGIC philosophy of adding new features to our software.   Part 1 is here.

What is the problem?

What is the problem or process that this feature or function will address?

We try not to put out new stuff just for the sake of having new stuff. We have a HUGE list of things that our users are looking for, so we have no shortage of great ideas. Our challenge is really one of deciding what is the next thing to do that will benefit the largest number of users. The key thing that we have to be clear on is to understand what the underlying issue is, so that we can ensure that what we design will actually address the issue or process.

Next up:  New workflows

About Sean Udell

Sean does not like to write about himself in the 3rd-person. He’s been with geoLOGIC longer than almost everyone else in the company, and some of the new hires weren’t even a gleam in their parent’s eyes when he started.
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