Development Workflow by Example: DriveNow

One of the DriveNow cars

At Blossom, we care a lot about workflows and how people interact in order to get a certain task done. We strive to understand what processes are in place at different companies to make Blossom easier to use for everybody involved in a project. This series is intended to show you how different companies approach… continue reading

Development Workflow by Example: Liechtenecker

Christoph

At Blossom, we care a lot about workflows and how people interact in order to get a certain task done. We strive to understand what processes are in place at different companies to make Blossom easier to use for everybody involved in a project. This series is intended to show you how different companies approach… continue reading

Development Workflow by Example: Codeship

Florian discussing with his team

At Blossom, we care a lot about workflows and how people interact in order to get a certain task done. We strive to understand what processes are in place at different companies to make Blossom easier to use for everybody involved in a project. This series is intended to show you how different companies approach… continue reading

Feature Bloat – The Silent Epidemic

Feature Bloat

Do you ever feel like your product is difficult to explain or is becoming more clunky? While it’s easy to add features to your product, it’s much harder to maintain a polished experience. You can end up being a jack-of-all-trades and a master of none. There comes a point when you have to stop. We’ve… continue reading

Copying Cards in Blossom

Copy Cards - Blossom Update

Sometimes you need to copy a card from one board to another. It could be a dependency, an idea or something you just need to get done. With Blossom, you can now copy cards (and all of their contents) across project boards. To copy a card to another project board, first open the card, then click the… continue reading

Development Workflow by Example: Usersnap

The Usersnap team with Thomas on the outer left side

At Blossom, we care a lot about workflows and how people interact in order to get a certain task done. We strive to understand what processes are in place at different companies to make Blossom easier to use for everybody involved in a project. This series is intended to show you how different companies approach… continue reading

Development Workflow by Example: Swat.io & Walls.io

Johannes (in the front) coding along at their company retreat

At Blossom, we care a lot about workflows and how people interact in order to get a certain task done. We strive to understand what processes are in place at different companies to make Blossom easier to use for everybody involved in a project.This series is intended to show you how different companies approach the… continue reading

How To Find & Build Distributed Teams

Distributed Team Search

A distributed team works without ever having to physically meet with each other. As a startup CEO, it can be a hard pill to swallow at first. And while there are both pros and cons to distributed teams, we feel you can gain much more than you lose. At the end of the day, if… continue reading

5 Customer Support Metrics for Startup Growth

5 Customer Support Metrics

After reading Intercom on Customer Support, I thought it would be a great time to shine a light on a less glamorous growth tactic — stellar customer support. “The number one reason customers quit is because they believe the company no longer cares about them.” — Intercom The 5 Key Customer Support Metrics According to Des… continue reading

The Difference Between Remote and Distributed Teams in Startups

Remote Teams vs. Distributed Teams

Remote teams aren’t distributed teams. Say what? The Distributed Team Test A distributed team is one that’s spread across geographical boundaries and time zones. The key difference? Most people will be based in different cities and don’t often physically work together. If you’re not sure if you fit into the category of distributed or remote,… continue reading