Tag: Raizlabs

Ok Glass

I woke up July 3rd excited, I had a golden ticket to Google NYC to get my hands on Google Glass, the new head-mounted technology from Google. Half Gordi La Forge, half Android phone strapped to your head. Going into the experience I have to admit I was a skeptic. My skepticism stemmed not from […]

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7 Essentials to Designing an Ergonomic App

While user interface designers cannot affect the shape, dimensions, or textures of the device we are working with, we can affect how people use them. The use of ergonomics is a latent factor in application design. If you don’t notice it, it means that the app is doing it right. If you do notice it, […]

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Fast Development, Not Fast Food

BOSTON, Massachusetts (March 15, 2010) – Raizlabs announces that its latest iPhone app, Boston Restaurant Week 2010, is now available in the iTunes store less than a week after development began. Boston Restaurant Week features the addresses, locations (by street address and GPS coordinates) and event menus of all 207 participating restaurants. It sells for $0.99, the minimum price in Apple’s tiered pricing system. Boston’s Restaurant week is March 14-19 & 20-25, 2010.

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Raizlabs wins coveted Innovation All-Star award

Raizlabs was recognized as a 2013 Innovation All-Star by the Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech last month. The award was given to the top 15 companies in the Boston area that exemplify innovation. “Innovation has been at the heart of our company and the products we’ve been developing for years,” Founder and CEO Greg […]

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B&H named one of Internet Retailer’s Hot 100 E-Retailers

The attention to detail, fun mobile shopping experience, and kooky animations from the unified suite of B&H apps created by Raizlabs and B&H, were just a couple of things that gained Internet Retailer Magazine’s editors attention this year. B&H Photo Video, the largest non-chain photo and video equipment store in United States, was named one of Internet […]

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New Year, New Tech 2017: Showcasing Innovation

Each and every year, tech teams around the world work to stay relevant and competitive in their respective industries. What new innovations have entered into the world and how can we ensure that our skill sets are keeping up with the curve? What changes have been made to already-existing technologies? And most importantly; what do […]

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The Benefits of Working with an Onshore Team

It’s a question that our team faces often: “Why is it better to work with your team, when I could work with an offshore team?” We understand why offshore teams seem attractive for the labor and time-intensive work done at a lower cost. What should be taken into account, however, are all the advantages to […]

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Open Source: What You Need to Know

Client projects are time-consuming. Whether we’re working to develop a web or mobile app or another sort of technology, like a Virtual Reality (VR) or an Internet of Things (IoT) product, we’re constantly working to ensure that we’re making the best use of our time to build the best products possible. One of the tools […]

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Friday Thoughts: The Lost Art of Picking Up the Phone

As a tech company, we’re constantly downloading and rating new apps. Which have the best features, the greatest user experience, and make our lives easier? It’s a constant competition to decide what we’re going to incorporate into our day-to-day activities and of course, apps that make things more efficient tend to win. But we don’t […]

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