In a creative, collaborative environment like Hanson (watch our culture video to experience it for yourself), you have to like the people you work with. That means lots of teasing, lots of laughing, and of course, lots of eating. So it’s not surprising that in a quick office poll about what we’re thankful for, people and snacks pop up often. Here are a few things Hansonites are grateful for this year.
Regular readers know we publish stats every quarter for apps we’ve developed here at Hanson. Back in July, we issued our first report on Android versions and devices, and now it’s time for another one.
Let’s say you’re interested in working at Hanson or hiring us to build your new iPad app, but you want to know more about us before getting in touch. And let’s say that for the sake of time, you’d like us to sum up our culture with a quick List ‘o Facts.
Got a ticket to next week’s TEDxToledo at the SeaGate Centre? If so, one of the many remarkable presentations you’ll get to see is “Making Sense of Marketing in the Digital Age” by our own Mike Osswald, VP for Experience Innovation.
Back in May, we launched our first quarterly report on iOS statistics for apps we’ve developed. Now as we approach the release of the new iPhone and iOS7, let’s take a look at current iOS version installations and devices across Hanson-managed properties.
Back in May, a group of us from Hanson joined other digital user experience experts, organized by our friend Keith Instone and the User Experience Toledo Region, for a great virtual conference led by Rosenfeld Media. Now a new UX event is coming in September, and we have the privilege of hosting the virtual event right here in our offices.
Move from Alabama to Ohio for an internship? Yes, it was an opportunity of a lifetime that I was determined to build on. In 2011, I transferred to the University of Toledo and became a Hansonite to learn the digital landscape. Following my internship, Hanson offered me an opportunity to become a part-time strategy coordinator while finishing school, and I jumped at the chance. And now, post graduation, I’ve joined the Hanson team full-time as an account manager. I’ve learned so much since I first arrived.
Pizza and PowerPoint were on the menu at our offices last Wednesday night for the June meetup of the Toledo Web Professionals. This month, it was our privilege to both host the event and provide one of our own as the speaker. Steve Bumbaugh, a director of engineering here at Hanson, gave a presentation about Amazon Web Services (AWS), including an overview of AWS and how we use these services for our clients.
Partnering. We’ve talked in this space before about how partnering with our clients to solve complex business problems is the backbone of what we do.
There’s something so invigorating about being on a university campus, especially when you’re participating in an event to inspire current and future business leaders. That’s what happened last Friday when the Hanson team and over 650 registered guests descended on the campus of Bowling Green State University for the 2013 Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship.