A product’s users and their experience-based feedback can reveal more about the quality and the relevancy of any given product than that product alone ever could. The question is: Are you, the product creator, making sure to collect usage tracking data about your product, and, are you truly making yourself available to interpret, accept and act upon it?
“Never work on a live site!” Perhaps you’ve heard this piece of advice before. Editing websites that are currently running ‘live’ is not the best option, especially when you’re maintaining a stable and professional business.
As we celebrate final stages of development for the Jupiter V5.0, we are excited to reveal more of what has happened in the core team all the way from the beginning up to the few days before we announce the long-awaited public beta. In the first article ‘The Curious Case of Updating Large WordPress Themes' which began examining the development of the Jupiter V5, Bob discussed the path we took to conceive the Jupiter V5 as a major update to our popular WordPress theme Jupiter. Additionally he elaborated on the problems it could address, why it's important to the product and its community of users and the challenges we could expect during the way.