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.
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
SmashingBoxes’ blockchain practice, SmashingBlox, has created a series to provide the foundation needed to understand blockchain and cryptocurrency.
What does it take to be an entrepreneur? To turn your passion into a business that you love to run? In modern-day America, it’s easy to think of entrepreneurship as something that’s untouchable – only accessible to those who have an excellent education or an incredible mind. We think of Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, or any other world-changing innovator. The result? We don’t try it ourselves. The reality is that, with hard work and the right amount of dedication, you can turn your interests into a viable business. We’re covering this and more on Episode 1 of the Next Matters Most Podcast as Nick talks with Jes Averhart, creator of the Reinvention Roadmap, and Founder of Jess and Co.
With the evolution of technology and the availability of information on Google, is using an attorney to help your business still important? Where does the balance exist between doing your own research to save money and paying a professional to save time? It turns out that, even in the midst of increased automation, sometimes the use of an attorney can be vital in any business plan. In episode 4, Nick talks with Jesse Jones, Founding Lawyer at Fourscore Business Law, about the evolution of the attorney’s role in business, and how businesses can best leverage this relationship to maximize efficiency and decision making.
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.
Voice interface technology has long promised to make accessing information and completing simple tasks more convenient.