prototype vs mvp

The Differences Between Prototype and MVP

Not Testing Your Ideas Is a Great Way to Fail Fast. There are two different schools of thinking when it comes to making a new product. According to the first school of thought, when you are making a product, you only have one chance of success. Therefore, put all your money, time, talent, and resources to build the perfect product and release it into the market. This school of thinking seems...
prototype in mobile app development

What is a Prototype in Mobile App Development?

In the app development design stage, a prototype is the evaluation stage. The idea behind the prototype is to play with the main idea of the app. This can save a lot of time, money, and resources because it offers a better user experience and the movement from concept to product becomes smoother. But what is the Definition of a Prototype? A prototype is a model of the final product. This model...
bulding an app

Building an App: Different Types of Apps

There are many ways to look at building an app and its development. This area has become a very complicated subject in 2021. To make things simpler, the first step is to understand different types of apps.  When someone has an idea about building an application, they have a purpose and a goal in mind. But if they want to start the development process, they need to categorize the application...
bring your own client

What is BYOC?

BYOC (or Bring Your Own Client ) is one of the newest trends in freelancing platforms and WINaTALENT’s latest service. This service is an opportunity for freelancers to invite their clients to the platform via their exclusive invite link. With this method, clients can define an exclusive project for the freelancer and other freelancers cannot bid on that project. One of the common obstacles...
payment method on winatelent

Payment Method on WINaTALENT

The following post describes the payment methods on the platform. Payment on WINaTALENT While clients want to offer a job to a freelancer, they need to provide vivid information about the milestones and the project's total amount of completion fee. Then, to set their requirements, clients need to pay off the project fee to the platform entirely. It's only after that that the application becomes...
what are non-functional requirements? types and examples

What Are Non-Functional Requirements? Types and Examples

Non-functional requirements in an SRS document (software requirements specification) specify the quality attributes of a software system, such as responsiveness, usability, and reliability. As functional requirements indicate what a system must do, non-functional requirements support them and determine how the system must perform. These features are...
filling your resumeo n winatalent

Filling Your Resume On WINaTALENT: Samples and Best Practices

Filling your resume and showcasing your skills in detail are the first and most important steps you take after signing up on WINaTALENT as a freelancer. A good profile: Reflects and represents your expertise in the best wayPasses our assessment procedures more easilyAttracts more and better clients But what does a good profile look like on WINaTALENT? Start your profile by completing your...
winatalent faqs

How Does WINaTALENT Work for Freelancers

How do I start working? You can start sending out proposals to clients on WINaTALENT's website after you: Verify your phone numberVerify your email address After verifying your phone number and email address, you need to fill out your resume to be able to send proposals for projects. You can view your resume and edit it from here: Fill out the required fields of your resume The...
functional requirements

What Are Functional Requirements? Types and Examples

Functional requirements in an SRS document (software requirements specification) indicate what a software system must do and how it must function; they are product features that focus on user needs.  As an SRS document contains a detailed description of software requirements and lays the groundwork for technical teams, investors, managers, and developers, delineating...
srs document

SRS Document: The What, the Why, and the How

What is a software requirements specification (SRS) document? Software requirements specification (SRS) document in software engineering, or a black‐box specification, is a comprehensive description of a software system. It determines what features a system must have and how its features must function. Check out this forum if you're wondering why an SRS document is also called a...