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A mix of product design principles and TWG's Product Definition Canvas (an effective tool for collaborating with teams on a new or existing product). Download Andréa Crofts's presentation from DMZ’s Women in Tech Peer to Peer event, February 2017
Download this free guide to diversifying your workplace, created by TechGirls Canada in partnership with TWG.
The Lean Canvas is an effective tool for quickly capturing and evaluating basic business models. Download Richard Switzer's presentation from Hacks/Hackers Connect, September 2016
Download TWG's HCD Jetpack: a template for capturing what your users and team members want, and aligning with what is technically feasible and financially viable.
A movie-loving chatbot for Facebook Messenger created for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
Jon Buccella answers ten commonly-asked questions about the route to becoming a Product Manager
David Pellerin shares key lessons learned from working remotely with a client's technology team.
Toronto is the most diverse city on the planet, and a place we’re proud to call home. We created this cheatsheet to help you make the most of your visit.
Wrap your brain around artificial intelligence, conversational interfaces and the chatbot opportunity with this helpful guide.
Driven by the explosion in popularity of single-page apps, and the migration of code from server to browser, the definition of what it means to be a front-end developer is evolving. What does this mean for front-end developers as they progress into more senior roles?
Learn how to make your Android app experiences delightful in just 5 minutes with Marvin Bernal.
Building apps for multiple platforms can be expensive and time consuming. TWG's Mobile Lead, John Grant, shares insights on collaboration techniques for mobile developers.