Our innovative approach and subject matter expertise places us at the forefront of the rapid health-tech evolution.
We help you conceptualize, realize, commercialize and capitalize blockchain solutions to help you win in the marketplace.
IoT enables us to bring digital products and services to life as we breach the barriers between the physical and digital worlds.
Entrepreneurship is in our DNA. We don’t just make great products, we help build great companies in a wide variety of industries.
Our work is a reflection of our desire to innovate and achieve our clients’ business objectives. Here are a few of our recent projects:
Our work is a reflection of our desire to innovate and achieve our clients’ business objectives.
Need it Now? Gopher It! A mobile app that gives complete control to the user, whatever you need, whenever you need it, at the price you set.
We are a human-centered design and technology firm that builds products, and businesses around products, that are ready for commercialization, growth, and scale.
We partner with clients in these areas:
We are a human-centered design and technology firm that builds products, and businesses around products, that are ready for commercialization, growth, and scale. We partner with clients in these areas:
Branding & Identity
Business & Service Innovation
Ruby on Rails
Smashing Boxes cares about value creation for our client partners, our staff, and our community.
We partner with a variety of companies to achieve the outcomes that your project requires.
From data storage to app hosting, we have experience in many fields.
Making the Connection to Better Health Outcomes
The rise of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is enabling a new value-based care model to break barriers to better, faster, and more cost-effective health outcomes.
In this ebook, you will learn about:
The Smashing Boxes’ blog features industry insights and
innovations revealed through our work, thoughts, and projects
The lack of diversity in tech is no secret and it has long been an issue that companies around the world have seemed to sweep under the rug or be afraid to discuss publicly. In 2014 Google did the unthinkable by making their diversity numbers public, and unsurprisingly the company’s nearly 50,000 employees were predominantly male and white or Asian.
Mental well-being is Don’s business and he really knows his stuff. Nick and Don question why there isn’t more focus on the emotional well being of workers in the workforce, how to design the workplace and workforce of the future, and what it means to strive for authentic happiness.
After 10 years in the game, we had to take stock and make a plan to thrive for the next 10 years and beyond. In short, we are iterating on ourselves, we’re disrupting ourselves, and we are evolving.
As COVID-19 changes the course of our country’s education, what will be left behind when the dust settles? How can we use the pandemic as a springboard to incite changes that have been on the verge of existence for a long time?