Team Pseudo Login Page Task
Remote Collaboration in Tech: a case study - Team Pseudo Having acquired our target of 10 members, team members elected to be called Team Pseudo. They say two heads are better than one; in our cases it was 10 heads. One of those heads created a mock-up landing page to give us all a starting point. After this, we set upon our project with the old tactic of divide and conquer. Our Frontend team was divided into two and tasked with creating amazing designs to aid UI/UX. By doing this, we kept everyone engaged, challenged and inspired. It also created for us the option of variety. From this we had the basis for two projects. Nothing was left to chance as we discussed font styles, proportions, position and every other detail. The front-end team used HTML, CSS and Bootsrap in accomplishing their task. The team was particular about using Cloudinary to our advantage for the images used on the site. The back-end for the project was done with PHP. At the onset, two members of the back-end team were proficient with PHP, then one left and the other person was overwhelmed. Two other members of the team picked up PHP to a level where they could write the login page for the project. Close to the finish line, we ran into some trouble hosting our project. A few of the guys on the team suggested other platforms where we could try hosting without any glitches.We finally settled on heroku, thanks to @Paul for the introduction. Of course, test running the website, analysing and feedback was done by all members of the group. It might all sound like smooth sailing, but we got stuck a couple of times. In finding the answers to our problems, sometimes we had to ask others, or go do research; other times, we were lucky enough to discover that one of our teammates knew the solution. Github came in really handy in coordinating all our efforts into one great and accomplished project. Suffice it to say, the team learnt what it truly means to work remotely and coordinatedly. The project is hosted [here](about:blank) and you can review the codebase on Github [here](about:blank).