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How do you create an online merchandising experience that mirrors the joys of shopping in-store? Our experts delve into how we pack our app with surprises.

Eyes on the Enterprise

Eyes on the Enterprise

H-E-B has an app with 55K weekly users—and none of them are ordering groceries. Read how we're using enterprise apps to make our employees’ lives easier.

From Fragile to Agile: Reliability Engineering

From Fragile to Agile: Reliability Engineering

Creating dependable software depends on how you can leave the past behind. Director of Engineering, Mike Angstadt, shares the steps to creating future-thinking scalable solutions.

How to write a perfect user story

How to write a perfect user story

There’s no such thing. Here’s why a good user story is never done.

If you're going to be a troublemaker, be good at it

If you're going to be a troublemaker, be good at it

Positive disruption is harder than it looks. Read our tips for respectfully disrupting business-as-usual.

Inside H-E-B’s Feast of Sharing

Inside H-E-B’s Feast of Sharing

Each year H-E-B serves 250,000 meals as part of its holiday dinner series. Here’s what it’s like to hand out those plates.

Putting H-E-B in your pocket

Putting H-E-B in your pocket

How do you create a design language that engages all five senses? Our Principal Product Designer, Luis Gutiérrez, built a language system as friendly as our logo.

Making H-E-B products: digital and delicious

Making H-E-B products: digital and delicious

Engineering is a lot like ice cream—we mean it. We tapped our physical and digital product creators to see how much their work is alike.

How our engineers built and rebuilt everything all at once

How our engineers built and rebuilt everything all at once

Eithan Zilkha, Director of Mobile Engineering helped staff a brand new team while building a brand new app. His advice for how to do both is shockingly similar.

How to speak H-E-B

How to speak H-E-B

What does it mean to speak H-E-B? Our Content Designer, Tiffany Duening, had to find out. Here’s how our team steeped themselves in the language to be sure our app felt like talking to a Partner.