Where Mobile Lives

Posted By Anonymous (not verified) In Mobile 08/16/2011

I’d like to formally welcome you to our new blog that will delve into all things mobile.  My name is Frasher Ulaj and I am currently a Marketing Intern here at DOOR3 focusing on a variety of marketing and business development initiatives.  I look forward to sharing with you some thoughts, ideas and possibilities in the mobile space in conjunction with my colleagues.

As you know, our problem-solving approach at DOOR3 is “right sized”, meaning that we tailor our solutions to your business’s unique needs.  One such need that has been universally increasing, DOOR3’s body of work included, is the need for a mobile presence.  As the smartphone and tablet market continues to grow, the demand for mobile applications has skyrocketed.  This explosive growth is only expected to increase; it is estimated that by 2015, nearly a billion US consumers will own smartphones.  This has caused a paradigm shift in the way that consumers experience computing and use mobile phones.  DOOR3 is helping its clients capitalize on this key touch point by developing customized mobile solutions that entertain and engage users as well as provide increased on-the-go access to the content and tools they want.

DOOR3's enterprise mobile solutions development team lives at the intersection of marketing and technology, where technology meets cross-platform user experience and design.  We provide mobile site prototyping and application development solutions that engage users and offer useful information on-the-go.  DOOR3 has led user experience and mobile application development projects for enterprise solutions in a variety of industries including financial services, insurance, healthcare, entertainment and mobile commerce.  Please feel free to peruse our case studies at your leisure to see some recent examples of our mobile work.

Look for our first blog post on Monday, August 29th and check back for new mobile strategy and solutions posts every month. We welcome your feedback; feel free to email us with any questions or topics that you would like to see covered in future blog entries.  Last but not least, we encourage you to comment on our blog and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @DOOR3 and like us on Facebook!

Looking forward to blogging for you,

Frasher Ulaj

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