As we enter the Thanksgiving and holiday season, gratitude is a popular emotion and theme. Reflecting on and sharing gratitude is often on the mind for many of us. While gratitude fits with the spirit of the season, it also brings benefits to those who practice it. A recent article on PositivePsychology.com noted that “gratitude… Continue reading Using Mobile Technology to Share Gratitude
Making an app with the help of no-code tools is a lot like building a house out of Legos. You can choose the colors and shape and customize it in all sorts of ways. But you are using pre-built blocks and snapping them together.
There are plenty of reasons to make sure your code is clean and that you’ve plugged any potential security gaps in your mobile app. Here’s another one: it can be a significant competitive advantage.
In the MGS20 session, Trevor Laehy, Co-Founder & President of Yaza, explains how iteration is key to unlocking growth, traction, and retention.
COVID-19 has hit the world hard, but as people begin to re-open after lockdowns across the country, there is some serious thought going into methods for maintaining public safety that still permit some level of normalcy amidst the pandemic.
Got a million-dollar idea? In this MGS20 panel moderated by Stewart Skrondal, Director of Client Solutions at Blue Label Labs, experts share their best practices for turning ideas into reality. Panelists include Mary Yang (Director of Product at LinkedIn), Ryan Baird (CEO of Lyka), and Marti Romances (Co-Founder and Creative Director of Territory Studio).
Andrius Baranauskas, Director of Product, Pricing, Programs at Booking.com, delivers this MGS20 keynote on prioritizing product ideas.
By Lin Pophal Peter Bryant is a mobile developer and technical training coordinator in the UK. He says that, while consumers are often easily impressed by the capabilities of a voice assistant, for instance, “in the real world, the only use cases I’ve seen of people actually using voice assistants are within the home when… Continue reading Voice Technology and Mobile Apps
On-demand delivery company Rappi is certainly one of the most infamous unicorn startups to emerge from the booming mobile app scene in Latin America. Founded in 2015 by three Colombian entrepreneurs, Rappi is now operational in nine countries, with a revenue of $220 million USD and 1,500 employees at last figures in 2018.
There’s been a lot of buzz about blockchain, but in this MGS20 session, Arthur Madrid, Co-Founder and CEO of The Sandbox, cuts through the noise to make a case for blockchain games. Madrid begins by explaining how blockchain can improve the user experience and monetization of digital games. Unlike most games currently on the market, blockchain… Continue reading Ready Player One? Blockchain Games Return Control To The Player