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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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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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These industries will never be the same once 5G launches

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On December 28, 2016
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  • 5g, awaken my love, bandwidth, childish gambino, connection, design, ecommerce, ericsson, finance, GPS, health technology, internet of things, IoT, mobile development, mobile games, navigation, nhl, pharos, self driving, smart cars, technology, the next web, UI, ui ux, user experience, user interface, UX, ux ui, venmo, virtual reality, vr
5G, two simple characters that carry a lot of meaning for the tech world. 5G has the potential to help companies to fully live up to an advanced future like we envisioned in movies. With speeds of “10 gigabits per second,” it’s easy to have high expectations.     Relaying information at those speeds open […]
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Best Uses of IoT Bluetooth Beacons

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On November 22, 2016
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  • aruba networks, bluetooth beacons, buzzfeed, coding, consumer, convenience, futuristic, hotel rooms, HP, indoor navigation, internet of things, internet of things development, IoT, marketing, mashable, permissions, programming, retail, retail analytics, self-driving cars, tablet, techcrunch, technology, technology advances, the next web, wearables
Originally published on The Next Web.   The Internet of Things has been one of the larger buzzwords in technology. With the rise of connected objects, from self-driving cars to smartwatches that can play Frank Sinatra and talk radio, objects are now capable of functionalities that people would typically see in movies. Similarly, Bluetooth beacons […]
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Why Pet Care is the “killer app” for the Internet of Things

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On November 16, 2016
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  • automatic feeding, canine, cats, caturday, devices, dog, facetime, hot dog, internet of things, IoT, kibble, killer app, pet, pet care, pet management, pet tracker, petco, petcube, petnet, petsmart, scheduling, skype, tech, technology, top dog, UI, ui design, ui ux, UX, ux design, ux ui, vet, video chat, webcam, whistle
Originally published on Engadget. Internet of Things is one of next big things in tech. People are excited about IoT at scale because it can help bring about the ideal future as it was portrayed in movies. However, people, in general, are hesitant to invest in smart devices. And I don’t blame them given there […]
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Impekable Listed As Top Software Developers In San Francisco

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On November 14, 2016
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  • best app development, build your own mobile app, coding, developers, development agency, enterprise software, make an app, plan your website, professional web development company, project web design, san francisco app developers, san francisco app development, stackoverflow, top software development, web application development
Last week, our main Silicon Valley office was recognized as one of the best web design agencies in San Jose on Agency List. Our agency is as well-known for our development skills as we are for UI mobile app design. Agency List has also listed our San Francisco office as a top software development agency. This […]
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5 reasons why your ‘freemium’ app isn’t doing well

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On September 23, 2016
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  • bait and switch, dating, free app, fremium, mobile app design, monetization, monetize, money, premium, pushbullet, sales, tinder, UI, ui design, ui ux design, user experience, user interface, UX, ux design, ux ui design
Another day passes and you notice your freemium app isn’t monetizing any users. It seems as if every day there’s a new product on the App Store crawling the “Top Grossing” charts, and you can’t help but to think that they’re doing something right and you’re not. You have this awesome idea for a mobile […]
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Mobile App UX Design: Discoverability vs. Findability

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On August 31, 2016
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  • design, discoverability, doordash, education, findability, food, graphic design, grub, GUI, interface design, mobile, mobile app, resources, search, technology, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, usability, user experience, user experience design, UX, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design, yelp, yum
Discoverability is the ability of the mobile app to bring awareness to users of something that they didn’t know was there before.   In the context of food apps, imagine you found out your town had a specific type of restaurant that you didn’t know existed before. If the app managed to alert you to […]
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Shifting Away From Dark Mobile UX Patterns

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On August 17, 2016
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  • ambrosia, api, casual games, dark patterns, dark side, darth vader, design, development, game design, github, google maps, IAP, in-app purchases, interface design, linkedin, mobile app, mobile development, mobile navigation, native hybrid, olympus rising, pinterest, podcast, social media, star wars, UI, ui design, ui ux, ui ux design, usability, user, user experience design, UX, ux blog, ux design, ux ui, ux ui design, waze
The role of a user experience designer involves being aware when an app is manipulating you. People who are not in the field tend to have these occurrences happen where they are compelled to buy a particular thing or achieve a desired outcome in the app. Good user experience designers constantly reevaluate these events and […]
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