Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
  • Similar Content

    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      Popular email startup Front has just finished a a new funding round to bring in more capital. Instead of choosing the traditional way however Front’s CEO Mathilde Collin decided to take a rather unusual route: a large-sized, later-stage investment group led predominantly by fellow software founders.
      While this type of funding is not unheard of, it is unusual. For the email startup Front this seem to have been a successful round and they managed to raise $59 million to fund their future plans.

      The majority of the money in this funding round comes from a small group of already-successful tech executives: Atlassian cofounder Mike Cannon-Brookes and president Jay Simons, Okta cofounder Frederic Kerrest, Qualtrics cofounders Ryan Smith and Jared Smith, and Zoom founder Eric Yuan.
      This funding will now allow Front to move forward with their roadmap, which I must say look quite impressive.
      I have used Front myself and quite liked it. It is however a product that really shines when used by teams rather than as an individual. With an affordable pricing starting at just $9/user this is a great choice for small to medium businesses with customer service and group collaboration in mind.
      2020 will be an exciting year for email startup Front and i look forward to see their innovation as they move forward.
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      Email for happy teams and customers.
      Why choose between the powerful workflows and analytics of a help desk, and the ease of use, speed, and personal touch of email? With Front, you get the best of both worlds. Give your team better email — so they can treat every customer like your only customer.
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      We're kicking of 2020 with a huge update to Sketch for Teams — Developer Handoff. Soon anyone in your team will be able to inspect layers in your documents right inside the browser, making it possible to go from design to development in just a few clicks.
      And that's not all…in 2020, we’ll also be introducing Assistant (a new way to automatically check your design files), improving Prototyping and, of course, Coediting.
      We hope you’re as excited as we are about what’s in store. And don’t worry, this is just the start of what we’ve got planned. We can’t wait to share more details with you soon.
       
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      A nice new update for Sketch mac app came out yesterday. It comes with some nice quality of life additions and some bugfixes as well as two new features. It's a good start on the new year I think.
      New Smart Layout controls
      In this release we got a nice new addition where we can set minimum width for symbols. This is useful for making sure your assets look good when doing overrides as well as controlling size for tap and other things. Maximum dimension is coming soon as well so you can get even more control.

      A better way to save
      A nifty new interface for the save function provide the option to save to cloud or locally in one dialog instead of two.

      A whole host of improvements and bug fixes
       
      Not the largest update, but still some nice quality of life changes. A larger update is scheduled for later this month it seems according to the release post.
      New Smart Layout controls, better document saving and more — what’s new in Sketch?
      BLOG.SKETCHAPP.COM After an exciting end to 2019, we’re kicking off the year with an update to the Mac app. Here’s what’s new in Sketch 62…  
    • By ©Jimi Wikman
      Jfokus is all about developers! Java, Frontend & Web. Continuous Delivery & DevOps, Internet of Things & Artificial Intelligence, Cloud & Big Data, Future & Trends, Alt.JVM Languages like Scala, Kotlin & more, Agile development... and Superheroes 😉
      When: 3-5 February 2020 What: Sweden's largest developer conference Where: Stockholm Waterfront Conference Contact: jfokus2020 (a) jfokus.se  
       
×
×
  • Create New...