The time is coming again soon: From June 4 – 8, 2018, Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Besides new hardware Apple presented quite some innovations on the software side. Yves, our Head of Innovation & Technology, was there.
What tech trends shaped the past year and what will move the mobile world the most in 2017? Our consultants, engineers and project managers put their heads together.
How is it possible to interest customers in a lasting way for your brand? Mobile digitization offers a wide range of opportunities to address new customers with mobile platforms and to build loyal customer relationships.
From a business perspective, there are two kinds of apps: those, with which a provider wants to earn money directly and (real) free apps, helping companies to achieve their business- and marketing goals.
For the second time, I had the pleasure to be at Apple’s WWDC. In the following article I provide a summary report and some personal impressions from me and my teammate Marko Tadic after an intense week.
Two appculture developers were lucky: They got the highly conveted tickets and will travel to Apple’s «Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC)» in San Francisco.
There is no secret recipe. But in all project phases decisions and measures can be taken, that pave the way to success.
How has the mobile market evolved in the past year? And what trends are emerging in relation to mobile technologies and what opportunities do they bring to suppliers and consumers?
In his key note speech at this year’s Emex 15 Daniel Estermann shared his first experiences as Apple watch user and highlighted trends and chances of Apples latest gadget.
André Horstmann interviewed by “Netzwoche”.
A dream comes true for our senior developer Yves Bannwart: As one of around 5,000 developers at the WWDC in San Francisco this year, he will get a LiveUpdate on the latest software from Apple.
The theme of the latest research workshop at the Institute of Retail Management in the University of St. Gallen focussed on „Customer Inspiration and Loyalty with Shopping Apps“. youngculture was invited to make a presentation illustrating different practical aspects of the topic.
iOS 7.1 makes it possible: Apps can respond to new beacons in the environment, even if they have been explicitly closed.
This year’s Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona was impressive alone with the size of the fair: 1,800 companies from 32 countries presented their offers in 9 exhibition halls in the top modern fair centre «Gran Fira» in Barcelona.
computerworld.ch wanted to know all about good app design from André Horstmann, Head Mobile Application Development at youngculture mobile. Read the interview here.
We are looking forward to be part of this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona together with Scandit.
So much has been written about beacons so far. But how do they actually work and what is their potential?
What makes an M-Commerce applications successful? What are the conceptual and technological challenges of a state-of-the-art mobile commerce app?
The «SonntagsZeitung» of June 19th made a portrait about 10 successful Swiss Apps and their developers, one of them the «Ex Libris Mobile Shopping App» and our «head mobile development», André Horstmann. Please read the article here (in German):