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!

COVID-19: Our Opportunity to Make a Better World

I’m sure you’ve received one of those messages that explain the pandemic is just the natural solution for an agonizing world. They talk of animals taking back lands overrun by humans, or they refer to the fact that pollution levels are...

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...

New Superpowers for Developers

Historically, companies have followed quite a strict chain of command. This style comes from different management schools, such as Taylor’s, that wanted the operator to be as supervised as possible, so as to get their maximum performance level...

Coronavirus, Epidemies and Technology

In case you haven’t seen the news for the past few weeks, the Coronavirus outbreak has been labeled a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). It’s better to listen to experts about the impact this may have on the economy, society, people...

A Comparison Between Packer and ECS Image Builder

Let’s consider the process of making a new server available to run our applications on: We have to follow several steps to be able to do that in production. We could divide this process into three main stages:  Stage 1: Starting an Instance  This...

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...

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...

Formik Helps us to Stay Sane

How many of you create forms on a regular basis? And how many of you hate them? With this question I started our most recent meetup. At intive we continue to sponsor, organize and participate in various meetups, and this time, we talked about...

What I learned on my UX Job Search

When my time came to look for a new Job as a UX Designer, I was nervous and really anxious… I couldn’t wait to leave that job that I know it wasn’t right for me anymore. I wanted to start a new dream job where I could learn and thrive! Even if the...

What I learned on my UX Job Search

When my time came to look for a new Job as a UX Designer, I was nervous and really anxious… I couldn’t wait to leave that job that I know it wasn’t right for me anymore. I wanted to start a new dream job where I could learn and thrive! Even if the...

Preparing our Meetup: The Testing Universe

We’re growing as a company, not just in terms of infrastructure but also in terms of talent. That’s why we recently held the first in-house quality meetup to discuss relevant, current topics in the testing universe. It was delivered by our...

Go, go, go! Golang

Golang, the programming language developed by Google, was officially launched in 2011 but has gained popularity only recently. It’s a modern language that adapts to each Internet capacity and speed, and is optimized to enable thousands of users to...

7 non-obvious trends in 2019

This year we’ve attended SXSW. Well, actually Mariana did, and came back amazed by some of the sessions. One of them was the one performed by Rohit Bhargava, marketing expert and trend curator. In this opportunity Rohit talked about non-obvious...

Google and the Gamer’s Dream

As gamer, could you imagine having all the games you ever dreamed of available in one place? Suppose you could play Assassin’s Creed or Doom Eternal in 4K streaming, 60 frames per second with HDR compatibility. Can you imagine? If you live in...

Improving the User Experience of State Services

While more and more companies are beginning to understand the importance of designing based on the user experience, the public sector lags behind. That’s a source of concern for two reasons. One is that the digital services provided by the state...