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.
Here at Hanson, we work in digital every day. So as you may have guessed, many of us have set our sights on tech-related items this Christmas. What made our list?
As you may or may not know, we’ve been tracking the usage of all the iOS apps we develop in house to complement the information Apple shares with developers. We report these numbers every quarter to help clients make informed decisions about the apps they’re planning, and to contribute to the conversations happening in the development community. Our Q3 2014 stats are now in.
Have you been wondering what the latest Android trends are? We’re back with our quarterly statistics as we continue to develop new apps and test the latest devices. Here’s a comparison of Android devices used to access Hanson-developed apps during Q2 and Q3 of 2014. Of the 114 devices we’ve logged (of thousands on the market), Samsung is still in the lead.
If you were to look back on the start of your career, what words of wisdom you would give to your future self? Since one of Hanson’s core values is “stay curious,” we’ve been asking ourselves that same question. We invited a few Hansonites to reflect back to the start of their careers and reveal some lessons learned, including Video Production Specialist Ben Eddings, Account Director Sue Woten-Schultz, and Connection Strategist Chris Kujawski. Today our conversation is with Amy Shrewsbery, Senior Account Manager.
Individual achievement behind the creation of today’s top websites is important to be recognized. That’s what the Web Marketing Association believes, founded in 1997 to help “set a high standard for internet marketing and web development.” Each year, the Web Marketing Association produces the WebAwards, the longest running annual competition in which sites are awarded for overall excellence in web development. For the 2014 WebAwards, Hanson is delighted to announce that two of our own client partners are among the winners.
To complement the information Apple shares with developers, Hanson tracks the usage of all the iOS apps we develop in house. We report these numbers every quarter to help clients make informed decisions about the apps they’re planning, and to contribute to the conversations happening in the development community — and our Q2 2014 stats are now in.
One of Hanson’s core values is “stay curious,” an attitude of continuous learning that characterizes our employees and reflects the ever-evolving nature of our industry. To celebrate this value, we’ve been talking to various Hansonites about career lessons learned, starting first with Ben Eddings, video production specialist, and then Sue Woten-Schultz, account director. Today we’re talking to connection strategist Chris Kujawski.
It seems everyone is all about the wearables these days, and Hansonites are no exception. We’re writing about them, developing apps for them, and of course using them. We’re also a pretty social group, with a strong sense of community and a competitive bent. So it was natural that, back in the spring, we challenged a few of our local business partners to what we called the Hanson Fitbit Challenge.
Are you ready for another round of Guess How Many Android Devices Are in Use? We don’t have that answer, but as we continue to develop new apps and test the latest devices, we do have some updates to our quarterly statistics.