With 2016 on the horizon and plenty to look forward to, the staff at Hardin Design & Development wanted to take a moment to reflect on a year of exciting new projects and fun, rewarding accomplishments.
2015 has been the most successful year in company history, and we attribute much of that to the impressive caliber of our staff, to which we’ve added some outstanding business and development talent. Our team is a key element to what makes Hardin Design & Development such a dynamic place to work, and without their superior dedication, teamwork, and tenacity, we wouldn’t be the company we are today.
As members of the technology and startup community, we are always seeking out avenues to increase the public’s awareness of the tech scene and to help other Madison startups. It’s been enriching to continue building bridges with local business representatives at many of the expos and events held around the city. There have also been many opportunities to really connect with the young minds of Madison through office tours and interviews and high school career fairs. Our most interesting platform for tech representation came in the form of the Redbull Soapbox Derby, where a team of our developers rocked out in Cincinnati, OH with a Futurama inspired design and now an epic story under their belts.
Our developers have been working hard on a wide variety of interesting projects this year. Some of the major projects include an online LSAT practice portal as well an iPhone application focused on real estate sales. Our diverse clientele allowed for many domestic and international adventures, and we can’t wait to see where we end up next. We’re looking forward to all the fun projects we have in the works!
As we look forward to the new year, Hardin Design and Development is enthusiastic to continue our passion for creating awesome mobile and web applications. If next year is anything like this year, it will mean mastering new technologies, growing our development team, enhancing our workflows and reinforcing our established partnerships while creating new ones.