You launched your app. Congratulations! It’s approved in the Apple and Google Play stores. With each passing hour the download count continues to ratchet upwards. Does that mean you’re done? Think again. Here are three reasons to release continued versions of your app.
There was a lot to celebrate Saturday, May 16, especially the early birds who woke up to run, walk or cheer on participants at the annual Be the Match 5K to support the Minneapolis-based non-profit. The MentorMate team supported the event in force. Some employees ran, and others handed out drawstring bags to the many community members who participated.
MentorMate has grown exponentially in the 14 years since I joined the company, but it remains a place where employees and clients can shape their own destinies through thoughtful conversations and strategic partnerships.
TechnovationMN marked the second opportunity for young women to design, code and pitch mobile apps encouraged and critiqued by panels of industry professionals. I experienced it all from the judge’s panel.
Go beyond a directory scan. Search out the files and folders monopolizing your hard disk space with this quick tech tip.
There’s more to developing an app than choosing features and writing code that will bring the idea to life. There’s an important decision before all that. Who’s your target audience? Defining this group is critical to the success of any app.
Business value for clients comes from creating designs that put user experience first. The MentorMate team believes tech should be simple, clean and beautiful as a result of the functionality — not in place of it.
What’s next in platform, hardware and software for 2015? From Chromecast and Google Photos advancements to wider adoption of the physical web, we predict industry trends for the remainder of the year.
The fitness craze aside, wearable tech has opened up a whole new diagnostic world for health care providers and researchers. These amazing products are part of a new category of medical devices and are capable of monitoring several types of bodily systems and functions in real time. Better yet, this data can be transmitted via […]
Sometimes executives are so focused on the day-to-day activities of their business they can’t see the forest through the trees. When a reporter calls wanting to interview someone from the company for a feature story about widgets, the company spokesperson gallantly recites corporate facts as if he or she was reading directly off of a […]