4 Things to Look for in a Custom Software Company

With any project, large or small, it is vital to have a team that works together well with excellent communication. As a socially-minded business or non-profit organisation, choosing a software development company that is genuinely connected to your goal is a...

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How to Successfully Upgrade Your Website or Software

There comes a time in the life of every software program or website when it is no longer as relevant as it once was. Maybe it’s frustrating and slow to make changes or even just to keep up with user expectations, never mind having the next level of impact you are...

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7 Tips for Communicating with Your Developers

As a socially focused entrepreneur with a bold vision, your role is incredibly important in turning your idea into a reality. The project’s success hinges on your ability to understand your users, build a great team, and effectively market your project. Your...

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Over Budget and Behind Schedule. Now What?

Does this sound familiar? You’ve got a great idea for a project. You’ve thought it all through. You’re ready to make your concept real and start changing people’s lives for the better. So you hire a company to get it up and running. You’re promised an on...

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Your Project Has Nothing to Do with Software Jargon

The Cloud. HTML. CSS. JavaScript. VCS. If you’ve spent any time talking to developers, you’ve probably had one or more of these terms thrown at you, as if your understanding of techy jargon was essential to bringing your world-changing vision to life. Don’t...

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About Happy Porch

We partner with social enterprises, NGOs, and nonprofits who are making the world a better place. We provide these organisations with our web development expertise in an open, honest and caring way. Together our impact is so much more!

What our clients say

Working with HappyPorch was a delight. I’ve worked with many volunteer and professional developers on online campaigns on a big scale. I have never had a more professional, motivated and outcome oriented partner

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