Happy New Year from everyone here at Hambo. We hope you enjoyed your break and are looking forward to another great year!
Last year we talked a lot about mobile applications and responsive design as these are growing trends. These are still areas of growth but this year we are excited by some technologies we also see joining the trends list, including NFC and mCommerce. Next month's newsletter, will talk about mCommerce in more detail as it’s set to make waves in 2013.
We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that Hambo is technology agnostic and provides services in a wide range of technologies from mobile, application development including social media apps, frontend, eCommerce and several CMS’s including Wordpress, ExpressionEngine and Drupal. Our service focuses on finding the right solution for each project. So regardless of the platform or technology you would like to use, speak to us and there is a good chance we can help.
2012 saw a lot of existing technologies gain more traction, like smart phone applications and a boom in social media in the advertising and marketing medium. It’s fun to try and predict what the new year will bring and there are lots of eager forecasters out there, looking to track web trends in the new year. Based on our personal experiences from this year, here are the disciplines we see growing into 2013.
Hambo will close down for a few days over Christmas Monday 24th of December through to Tuesday January 1st inclusive. We will be back into it full swing from Wednesday, January 2nd.
We would like to wish all of our clients a great Christmas holiday and a Happy New Year. We hope to be working on some new and exciting projects in 2013. We are ready to get right back into it as soon as you are.
We will be back in January discussing Digital Strategy and then in February we’ll release our next series of articles, this time focusing on Mobile Commerce, known as mCommerce. We look forward to keeping you informed on digital technologies in 2013.
Enjoy your holidays and if you have any questions, don’t forget to call or email us!