Our new interns Sara, Martijn and Daan have started. Ready to go sky-high! Read their elevator pitch why they chose M2mobi.
Hi, I'm Duy! Recently I started working for M2mobi as a iOS Developer. Do you want to know more about my job or why I chose for M2mobi? Read more here...
You build a successful year together, also from home. 2020 was special, challenging, sometimes terrible, but also incredibly educational: we discovered that together we can achieve much more than we previously thought possible.
We've probably all experienced it in recent months: prototype fantastically designed and animated, UX test scripts prepared to perfection, recruited respondents for your in-person interviews, test location and technology ready, and then ... Corona!
We have four new colleagues added to our team, they will introduce themselves to you in this blog. They will tell you all about their hobbies and their new function and also why they chose to work at M2mobi.
What impact will COVID-19 have on people and on a post-COVID-19-society in the long run? With this whitepaper we present you a roadmap on how to adapt your business to the 'new normal'.
To give you an idea of how we fulfill the position of Project Manager at M2mobi, our Project Managers described a day of their work as a Project Manager at M2mobi. This gives you an insight into our culture and how we work together.
News is extremly important for us, but more and more often we are dealing with fake news. News apps are becoming increasingly relevant as a result of this, which is clearly reflected in the use of the apps that we have made for the Regional Public Broadcasters. The numbers show an increase of ...
In the newest release of the Fit For Free App there are #livingroomworkouts and virtual lessons added, but we have more improvements for your. In this blog you can read all about it.
Today the 15th edition of the Emerce100 has been publiced. Just as in previous years we are in the top 3 of mobile agency's.
Corona and Airports: communication in a crisis situation How a digital platform can provide consistency, speed, and crowd control. Most Airports have state of the art protocols to handle a crisis situation but in terms of digital communication there is room for improvement. In a situation like the Corona crisis, everybody is looking at the airport’s digital channels for information. Usually the crisis team has no defined mechanism and finds ad-hoc solutions to communicate. In worse cases, people learn details and see photos through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter before airports issue official statements—often well before reliable facts and information are available. In this paper, we give a blueprint for more direct communication to all channels. Both consistent and segmented, so that the right message gets to the right audience in a time when information is critical.
Hi, I'm Machiel! ik ben Machiel! Recently I started working for M2mobi as a UX/UI Designer. Do you want to know more about my job or why I chose for M2mobi? Read more here...