Perspectives from the BLDG-25 team
Takeaways from our team of experts on behavioral economics, design theory, guiding principles in motivation and innovation that you can apply to your own team and tech projects.
Basically, with a serious game, you’re using game-based technologies and principles but layered within it are concepts that the user can walk away with including additional knowledge or skills.
While native apps and progressive web apps (PWAs) are similar, they both have their own advantages and unique features. It can be hard to determine what is the right choice for your audience. However, exploring the options and determining which is the best route to take before starting your project can save you time and money.
Grant Kaley Joins BLDG-25 as CMO to Support Rapid Company Growth RALEIGH, N.C. -- October 10, 2019 -- BLDG-25 is proud to announce its newest member to the executive team, Grant Kaley, as Chief Marketing Officer. Mr. Kaley will be responsible for managing the overall...
Boomi is a low-code tool, a la Salesforce, with a graphical environment and drag-and-drop components. It’s pretty awesome for enterprise application integration – read more to learn why.
We’ve got an amazing new employee to introduce. Please say hello to Tom Esposito!
At first glance, a single freelance app developer may seem like a bargain. However, there are several risks of hiring a single app developer to build your app.
Inc. magazine released their annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fast-growing private companies, and BLDG-25 was proud to rank #330 in 2019.
Tim Wilson investigates what the effectiveness of game-based learning looks like as it’s applied to education and workforce training. And, as a result, how to continue to address learning with game-based psychology.
If you aren’t careful, what seems like a huge cost saving could turn into something else – offshore app development could cost you time, frustration, and money along with making you wish you had stayed closer to home.
Here’s what a few BLDG-25 team members have been playing this summer and what we’ve learned from these games.