How we run Miit remotely

Slack is our office space
  • Slack for communication — this is our office space. All communication is done here (a good idea to put it on your phone and turn Miit notifications on — we don’t care about your other channels though!)
Notion keeps us organised
  • Notion for company and product management (including sprints) — By bringing everything into one place we can make use of automatic updates and cross links and reduce the burden of having to manually update documentation.
  • Google Drive for file storage — nuff said.
  • App builds and versioning — every time an update is pushed to Git a new build is created and shipped to both app stores (testing channels) and a notification is sent to the team via Slack
  • Updates in Adobe XD — every time a change or comment is made to the product design or a new comment is left a notification is sent to the team via Slack
  • Updates in Notion — the team is notified of any change company wide via Slack
  • Weekly updates — via Standuply in Slack lets the team know what you’ve accomplished last week, what you’re going to accomplish this week as well as any obstacles you see in your way. These run from 6pm Sunday to 6pm Monday and are asynchronous to provide for different time zones.
  • Monthly demo days — via Standuply in Slack lets you demonstrate to the team what you’ve built in the last 4 weeks as well as any other insights you’ve gathered along the way. These run from 9am to 6pm on the last Wednesday of the month and are asynchronous to provide for different time zones. Video and audio submissions are available.

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Andrew Curnow

Andrew Curnow

Founder of Miit. Interested in breaking down barriers to human connection.