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Process: Features and Functionality Document

by Jeff Carver on August 6, 2015.

One of Robojuice’s major learning curves happened in the early stages of the business when our team encountered projects in which our perception of necessary features and functionality differed from the client’s....

Process: Onboarding

by Jeff Carver on July 28, 2015.

Once a prospect and Robojuice have determined it is a fit to work together, the Robojuice process is engaged. We go over three primary processes with the client. 1. The Robojuice Process...

Process: Determining Fit

by Jeff Carver on July 23, 2015.

Robojuice is about doing the right thing for each client based on their particular situation and set of issues. We take the lead on digital initiatives and partner with like-minded clients toward...

The Refined Excellence

by Jeff Carver on July 14, 2015.

Excellence is a word used to express surpassed expectations and better than expected results. We like the word because it captures what we are trying to deliver for our client. The work...

The Refined Tools

by Jeff Carver on July 7, 2015.

The right tools for the job definitely applies in the digital world. Using technology tools to maximize impact, efficiency and influence allows for a more refined experience. Here are just a few...

The Refined Analysis

by Jeff Carver on February 4, 2015.

At times, a company will approach Robojuice about responding some type of Request for Proposal (RFP) document for their web needs. This document is typically a long, intensive outline with requested information...

The Refined Relationship

by Jeff Carver on January 27, 2015.

People are a part of every day life and business. It is fair to say that knowing how to work well with others is ultimately what makes up a good business. Doing...

The Refined Schedule

by Jeff Carver on January 21, 2015.

After several years of Robojuice abiding by the principal that the schedule to get a web initiative done was something to be respected and held to, we found out that was not...