Forecasts Are Always Wrong

Forecasts Are Always Wrong 1

I realized a long time ago to surround myself with people smarter than me and learn everything you can from them. There are many steps along my journey I could never have done alone. And maybe that’s the point.

Tip Your Bartender

Tip Your Bartender 2

Let me add some “flavor” to my GoFundMe story since this is my site. There is going to have to be a whole lot more we than me in the coming months. Being a millennial and a company of millennials this is our time. We are not selfish. We were just dealt a shitty hand. […]

Requiem for a Team

Leveled UP Team

Paradigms, paradox, paranoia, paramount, pragmatic… Performance. To paraphrase what it is to Product Manage.

If you’re doing it right you should always be amongst a mental breakdown and maniatic episodes.

Your authority should be inconsequential, but people should always want to follow you.

Google Site Kit – We’re Not Worthy

Leveled UP Blog about Google Site Kit

So Google right? Analytics, Tag Manager, Console, Optimize, Page Insights. Mainstay products for websites and free. They love us (or want our data) so much that they made it even easier to use these products.

What’s UP with ClickUp?

Kanban board from ClickUp.com for Agile Software Development

Do you develop software? Project Manage? Set Goals? Roadmap? Need to organize about anything? Did I cover enough keywords there? I’m about to tell you about the dopest solution I’ve found for these and more.

Cash or Credit

Cash or Credit blog by Luke Rohm of Leveled UP Web Design and Digital Marketing in Cedar Falls and Des Moines Iowa

One of my most important mentors taught me this lesson and it applies wider than I think he thought.

In general the concept is in development you are either paying “cash” or “credit”. Paying in cash means that you are settling your debt today. Paying in credit meaning you are waiting until “tomorrow” to take care of something.

State of Play

State of Play 3

State of Play So we have Stadia and we have Apple Arcade. Both seem to undercut the traditional revenue relationship between developer and parent. Subscription service for unlimited access. Breaking from the freemium tradition. Based on the headlines it seems developers are somewhat in the dark on how they’re going to get paid long term or at […]