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Impekable Ranked As A Top San Francisco App Developer by Clutch.co

  • Posted by Alison Higuera
  • On May 14, 2017
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  • android, bay area, best app development, best app development san francisco, design, development, iOS, mobile app, mobile app development, silicon valley, ui ux, user experience design, user interface, web design, web development
At Impekable, we help our clients get the most of their investment by going beyond delivering great “looking” apps. We work with our clients to craft user experiences that will meet their business goals, and strive to deliver impeccable quality with every project. Our clients look to us to be their design and development experts […]
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Google Next 2017: What’s new for Google Cloud and how it will affect mobile developers

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On March 17, 2017
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  • api, apigee, database, deployment, enterprise infrastructure, gcp, google, google cfloud, google hangouts, google keynote, google next keynote, google services, google titan security, identity aware proxy, information technology, IT, json, legacy applications, load balancing, logging, mobile development, monitoring, mysql, os management, phishing protection, private cloud, scale up scale down, security scanning, server configuration, slack, SOAP, traffic splitting, versioning, virtual cloud
At Google’s annual Next conference, they hosted many keynotes and speaking sessions covering a wide range of topics from big data to development to productivity. Google announced a lot of upcoming changes to their products. Including the Google Cloud Platform. How will this make the lives of developers a little easier? Here’s a breakdown of […]
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8 Best Push Notification Services for Mobile Development

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On March 8, 2017
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Push notifications are one of the main ways to get a user to re-engage with an app. Push notifications, when done right, remind the user of things they need to do in the app (Google Calendar Reminders for a meeting) and can inspire delight (You just got a new message on LinkedIn from that client […]
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Top Animation Libraries for Web Development

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On March 1, 2017
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  • affordable web design company, animation, best web design services, bounce.js, css shake, favico.js, gif, hover.css, magic animations, mobile app development, native app development, plan your website, UI, UX, web design, web design project, web development, website design
When developers are coordinating a web project, sometimes it’s hard to express the nuances of the animations needed, especially due to the variety of variables, such as; animation type, direction, scale, and speed. Here are several animation libraries that developers can choose from.   AniJS “A Library to Raise your Web Design without Coding”, AniJS […]
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The Best Mobile Development Frameworks Used By Your Favorite Apps

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On February 22, 2017
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Here is a quick guide on the best mobile development frameworks. Each of these frameworks classify as “middleware”, which means it can build apps for both iPhone and Android.   This simple guide breaks down each platform and which apps use it. Typically, it’s encouraged for companies to forge their own path and not religiously […]
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Conventional design: Why it’s important and when to break it

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 18, 2017
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  • anton yelchin, bad ux kills, boostrap, chevy recall, crappy design, design best practices, floppy disc, floppy disk, hci, human interaction design, innovation in design, ios design, iphone ux, mobile app design, mobile app icons, old design, pavel chekov, star trek, startup, tech, technology, today's kids will never know, UI, ui ux, user experience, user interface, UX, ux ui
The most common mistake for new app designers is to give in to the urge of trying to innovate every part of their app. They believe that’s the only way for their mobile app to succeed. “How can I do this in a unique way?” This question is not always necessary and may actually hurt the UX. […]
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Virtual reality rides, 4K magic, and nostalgia @ CES

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 10, 2017
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  • 4K, air trekkers, augmented reality, CES, conference, consumer electronic show, convention, curved stilts, future, future hendrix, gaming pc, HD, high definition, innovations, inventions, laptop, las vegas, LG, lifes good, mighty morphin, nerds, nostalgia, nowthis, portable, power rangers, project valeria, razer, reboot, red ranger, remake, silicon valley, sin city, smartwatch, startup, tech, technology, the future is now, three screens, virtual reality, vr
While everybody back in Silicon Valley was trying to stay dry during California’s recent weekend storm, two of Impekable’s developers got to spend the weekend in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, a place for tech companies from all over to show off their latest innovations. And these companies came prepared with more innovations […]
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Impekable @ CES – Le Eco Self-Driving Car

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 7, 2017
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  • automaker, automobile, autonomous, CES, chinese technology, concept car, consumer electronics show, cutting edge, electric car, faraday future, FF91, futuristic, innovation, jia tueting, las vegas, leeco, lemall, lesee, self driving, silicon valley, smart car, technology, tesla, the future is now
So many innovations at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. One of the most important we’ve seen so far has been from the Chinese-owned, LeEco and their prototype, self-driving electric car called the LeSee Pro. From the light up wheels to the giant dashboard interface, the objective for the vehicle’s design seems to be aimed towards […]
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Impekable @ CES – A Bluetooth Speaker Combining The Old and New

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 6, 2017
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  • bluetooth, bluetooth speaker, CES, consumer electronics, earth, fire, hipster, hipsters, las vegas, latest technology, music, music player, old school, retro, show, speaker, subwoofer, tory lanez, vinyl record, wind
One of our developers was walking around the showroom floor at the Consumer Electronics Show, discovering the latest innovations. This gadget stood out to him because as you see, it resembles one of those old school gramophone setups that were popular during the heyday of vinyl records (and popular today with today’s hipsters). What’s this […]
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Finally, a laptop developers can work on revealed at CES

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 5, 2017
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Razer, a company not to be confused with the early Motorola RAZR cell phones that early-2000s teens had to get their hands on, has announced a new laptop at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. What’s having techies go crazy for the laptop nicknamed Project Valerie is a special feature. With the press of a […]
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