You already know that the Apple Watch is Apple’s entry into the blossoming smartwatch and wearable category. It works like this: the computer-on-your-wrist has a symbiotic relationship with your iPhone. Health data read from the watch sensors flows to your phone’s activity tracker. Incoming notifications for apps on your phone are routed to your watch, where a click glance removes the need to pull the phone from your pocket.
How do you create custom watch apps that enhance existing iPhone apps? Let’s walk through the process.
With a new year comes another round of seeing how many Android devices are in use. We’re back for the first quarter of 2015 with our quarterly statistics as we continue to develop new apps and test the latest devices.
If you’ve been following our ongoing career lessons series, you know that at Hanson we like to take a few minutes from time to time to reflect on what we’re learning and look for opportunities to grow. Today, we’re talking to Director of User Experience Architecture Leslie Mohn.
As you may have heard, Hanson was recently named to The Blade’s Top Workplaces (for the second year in a row). Because this award is based on employee surveys, we wanted to hear what being named a top workplace means to our fellow Hansonites. (Spoiler alert: a lot of us feel lucky to be part of this team!)
The American Advertising Awards (Addys) are the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition held annually by the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The 2015 awards for the Toledo region were held on February 26 at the Valentine Theatre, and our client partners at HGTV and Sutherland Inc. were among the winners!
It’s been another three months of developing apps in house and tracking their usage to complement the information Apple shares with developers, so it’s time to share our report of Q4 2014 (November through January) stats for Hanson-developed iOS apps.
We’re always eager to learn something new here at Hanson, which is why one of our core values is “stay curious.” Because of this mantra, we’ve held an ongoing series talking to fellow Hansonites about the words of wisdom they might today give to their past selves. Today we’re talking to Senior Account Manager Connie Calmes.
Late last year, Visual Designer Ben Morales was among a handful of the region’s top mobile photographers to be invited to participate in The Toledo Museum of Art’s Exploring an #emptyTMA event, an opportunity to explore this world-class museum on a day that it was closed to the public. All of us at Hanson thought this was pretty cool because not only is the museum one of our client partners, but Ben is a very talented photographer. I recently talked to Ben about what he got out of this exclusive experience.
One of Hanson’s core values is “stay curious,” so we’ve been talking to fellow Hansonites about the words of wisdom they might today give to their past selves. Today we’re talking to Dave Rodriguez, Director of Front End Development.