"There are no great limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence, imagination, and wonder." - Ronald Reagan
from 2012 to present day
Branding Brand powers the mobile commerce sites and apps for over 200 of the world’s leading retailers, including American Eagle Outfitters, Crate & Barrel, Ralph Lauren, and Sephora.
Founded in 2008 by three friends from Carnegie Mellon University, the company launched a mobile platform at the end of 2009 to seamlessly extend brands into optimized experiences for smartphones, tablets, and in-store. It is now the largest m-commerce provider to the Internet Retailer Top 500.
Partners include eBay and Google.
from 2011 to 2012
App Press® is a code-free solution for creating Android and iOS apps on phones and tablets. Now, anyone using App Press can build, manage and distribute apps to the massive app store audience (Apple, Amazon, Google). Companies use App Press to develop apps faster, and to save time and money on production costs. In the past 6 months, over 3,000 students, designers and professionals representing media, publishing, education, government, non profits, healthcare and financial companies worldwide have joined.
from 2008 to 2011
The Digital Corps provides a unique on campus job for undergraduate students with aspirations to work in innovative and creative fields. Digital Corps students work on real world projects from around the country in a west coast start-up culture where they learn technical and professional skills that supplement the instruction they receive in their traditional academic classes. Digital Corps students learn and practice everything from interviews to pitching to negotiation as they move up the ranks from Apprentice to Specialist to Master. Combined with the high quality work in their portfolio, Digital Corps students are uniquely situated to impact the professional world upon graduation.