August 7, 2019
Newsletter

Let’s Talk About:

Picking a Mobile Technology

Over the last year or two, we've seen a significant increase in mobile application development projects. As companies seek to broaden product coverage or identify unique use cases for mobile technology, they also invite questions about the best way to build them.

As a technical partner, we have a responsibility to not only ship exceptional products but to also deliver work that a client can succeed with in the future.

That means picking the best technology for the job, both in terms of project requirements and organizational goals. I put together my thoughts on the different mobile app tech options for a webinar. You can watch a recording here.

Newsletter by Nate Hunzaker, Development Director

Register for the Webinar


Community Thoughts on Picking a Mobile Technology...

  1. 1. React Native at Artsy, 3 Years Later “We wouldn’t have been able to ship this without React Native.”
  2. 2. Sunsetting React Native “Because we weren’t able to achieve our specific goals, we have decided that React Native isn’t right for us anymore.”
  3. 3. React Native: A Retrospective from the Mobile-Engineering Team at Udacity “[...] if you have a Javascript/React background and are looking to build an app which won’t require much native code, then React Native is a very attractive option.”

Related Articles

Picking Mobile Technology

Why You Should Consider React Native For Your Next Native App


We brought the best in AR technology to the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC. Our work allowed them to extend their experience into the digital world in a meaningful way — while also showcasing their ability to merge science and technology. Read the case study.

Accessibility for UX Designers
September 18th @ 5 PM
RSVP here

An introduction to Accessibility-focused inclusive design. Megan Zlock will discuss the landscape of ability and where our interfaces may be falling short for some of our users - and some areas that are ripe for innovation. Followed by some specific examples of common pain points and a list of tools and resources you can bring back to your projects.

We believe the best work happens when talented people trust each other enough to be real and take risks — and we’re looking to grow our team!

  • Various Apprentice Positions (Deadline is this Friday, 8/9)
  • Digital Project Manager
  • UX Designer
  • UX Researcher
  • Washington DC Metro
    105 West Broad Street
    4th Floor
    Falls Church, VA 22046

    Durham, NC
    309 E. Chapel Hill Street
    4th Floor
    Durham, NC 27701

    Boulder, CO
    1915 Broadway
    Boulder, CO 80302