One of our recent projects was mentioned on the Motley Fool on September 18, 2006!
Against that backdrop are both AdMob and Handango, each of which could profit handsomely from smartphone demand. But I’m a bit more intrigued by AdMob. Founded just a few months ago (!), AdMob has one of the most impressive websites I’ve seen in a start-up. It just reeks of business opportunity. For example, the home page keeps a running tally of ad views — currently at more than 121 million — and a real-time ticker that counts ads as they’re accessed around the globe. So far, AdMob’s network has growth by a monthly average of 98%.
To read the entire articles, visit: http://www.fool.com/News/mft/2006/mft06091819.htm
Here’s a rundown of the case
The problem: A rapidly growing startup acquired funding and needed to revamp the user experience of their application as quickly as possible, affording them the time to make the right hiring decisions for their longer term internal development efforts.
The solution: Our team of web development experts came in and within a month transformed their web application from one of the ugliest we had seen in recent memory to something that clearly demonstrated to their target audience what their service was about.
Innovation: An interesting, real-time visualization of the traffic in their network. Key technology: Dojo Toolkit, PHP