Intive Blog
Intive Argentina's blog emerges as a space for spreading and discussing the knowledge that our staff creates, circulates and regenerates in the corridors of the company and in instances of collective production such as our technologies' teams. It's a place of divulgation but above all, of autonomy, collaboration and creativity. We invite you to explore it and -through reading and comment exchange- be part of it. Welcome!

Mental Health: Taboo in Many Companies

For a long time, I thought that if mental health was a taboo topic in many companies, it was due to the fact that there wasn’t enough information about it. It seems like there is, but when you actually examine those popular beliefs, you realise...

Present and Future of React

React, also known as ReactJS, has become the most popular front-end library in the past few years. Even though this library, focused on developing user interfaces, was created by Facebook, nowadays you may also find it behind other platforms, such...

How to become a truly data-driven organization

Being data-driven can boost every aspect of business operations. The difference between the companies that embrace this culture and companies that don’t is increasing at such an exponential rate, that heading towards the data model has become a...

Women in Power: Male Chauvinists?

From very early on, almost every woman my age started learning patriarchal concepts relatively subconsciously. Both at school and at home, we witnessed how other women assigned us “feminine” tasks, and expected us to be dedicated little women, to...

Burnout: New Stressors in Times of Pandemic

During this pandemic, people are presenting more and more signs of burnout, due to changes in their regular working environment. This makes sense, since the burnout syndrome entails a state of physical and mental exhaustion caused by chronic work...

Diversity and Inclusion in Technology

One of the most recurring topics of conversation during this pandemic has to do with technology as an enabler for work. This is related to the fact that, under these unusual circumstances, certain sectors have had their activities restricted in one...

Cloud-native apps and DevOps as a culture

With the advent of DevOps, the team responsible for building a product is also responsible for its deployment, testing, infrastructure, and operation. In addition to this holistic approach, DevOps also aims to instill agile work practices and a...

3 Types of Cloud Migrations

In several articles, we’ve been talking about the advantages of the cloud and the reasons why we should move our infrastructure to it or migrate from one service to another in the cloud. Today we’ll focus primarily on how to take that...

Dark Patterns

In this blog, we’ve been talking about dark patterns (or dark UX) for some time now. We specifically refer to a group of techniques and tools that help us improve people’s experience when they interact with services or digital products...

The Journey of the Flutter Developer

The Flutter community is very large, and it offers tons of good tutorials and documents on Google, which denotes the considerable business investment that was made for this SDK. And it’s not just that, it also represents a new development...

Communicating when Working from Home

In times when the best possible choice is to work remotely, it’s really important to keep in mind that every member of a team needs to establish good, assertive and effective communication practices in each exchange. Communicating face to face...

The CrESI App: A Bridge towards Sex Education

After four years of hard work, a few months ago we launched the 2.0 version of CrESI for iOS, an app that aims to provide easy access to information about sex education. It’s intended to be used by teenagers and educators inside and outside the...

What I learned on my UX Job Search — Part II

Looking for a new job, especially in competitive sectors such as UX & Design, can be a long and stressful process. As a perfectionist, I like to always be prepared when it’s time to board a challenging project. These are some points & steps...

Sh*t, I Forgot my Password Again…

I’d say that the login step is one of the first things we design when programming a project. Two strings of text (“User” and “Password”), two fields for the user to fill in the information and a button to click on and access. We can also add the...

From the Sketch to the Prototype

How can we identify the potential issues users might have? How can we design with a focus on solving those issues? User-centered design is an iterative design process by which designers focus on the user and their needs.   Due to its iterative...