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Cultivating a culture with values and shared beliefs

By Tushar Bohra

May 2, 2018


What’s needed to fulfill the mission to do great work and be successful? It’s not only the skills, but also how you behave, your attitude towards your work that makes it great and leads you to become successful. Your behaviour is highly influenced by your environment. At ColoredCow, we believe…


Empowering our customers with more value, more impact

By Abhishek Sharma

December 16, 2017


Most of the times in our exchanges with the vendors we feel helpless. We feel we could get more out of the exchange. It ends up with a feeling of being settled for less. Well, as customers we have onus to be diligent and not make the lives of the…


Creating a consistent and value based experience of building websites

By Abhishek Sharma

December 11, 2017


There is a little coffee shop close to our office, BiziBean, and we visit it very oftenly. They brew some great coffee. We’ve been going there for over 2 years now. We know the value and experience we’re going to get there, and that’s what keeps us coming back. Which…


Reaching the real need for a website

By Abhishek Sharma

December 8, 2017


One of the most important parts while creating websites is to understand the vision of business owner and craft it as per the vision. There are so many failed projects and unsatisfactory work because there is no common understanding between the executioner and the website owner. The real need is…


Get that gangrene out!

By Abhishek Sharma

November 25, 2017


Sometimes we get approached for projects that does not go along with our true nature of the company. The body of this work can define a new arm of the company as it extends the business and sometimes it may feel like a gangrened part, because it can kill one…


The art and science of cost estimations

By Vaibhav Rathore

November 22, 2017


I’ve been doing a lot of cost estimations lately for the development effort. Being a developer, it does not lie in my comfort zone as there is always an anxiety of underestimating. After some practice, I realized that there isn’t any rocket science here.   Points to consider while estimating:…


Do you have enough Customers to survive?

By ColoredCow

January 28, 2014


You started your business with a dream of turning your greatest passion into creation of a road to freedom and independence. Unlike so many people who just talk about it, you put your neck on the line with a dream to grow and prosper. You’ve been running your business for…


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