The Story of Smart Studio an innovative fitness management app developed in collaboration with Azul Arc empowering fitness professionals to thrive.
As a bedside nurse, I spent many years working directly with patients. During that time, I was offered an opportunity to help implement a new Electronic Medical Record system at the hospital. In this role, my passion for the technological side of healthcare flourished. I saw how new technologies make our healthcare environment safer and more efficient. At the same time, I was frustrated by the gaps between existing technologies and the services that are actually necessary in the field .
Scrum is an Agile framework that provides a flexible and efficient approach to managing and completing complex projects. It is widely used in software development and has become one of the most popular methodologies for managing projects in today’s fast-paced business environment. At Azul Arc, we have made ourselves more accountable and productive by adopting the Scrum framework as our primary methodology for managing projects.
In today’s digital age, having a strong online and optimized presence is essential for businesses of all sizes and industries. A well-designed website or app can help attract new customers and increase sales by providing a convenient and engaging way for people to learn about and purchase products or services from your business.
UX Research is a critical component for any business trying to better understand their customers. It aims to define “the who” (i.e. who are the adopters of your product) and “the what” (i.e. what problem are you solving for them?). Information gathered from UX research informs design decisions through the entire product life cycle.
We know you’ve heard it before and seen a stream of articles on hybrid, remote and other forms of work these days. So now it’s about “real world” experiences and here’s ours – what worked for us and what didn’t!
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve followed an approach of being safe and smart and had our share of false