Fulton Works in the press

A Chicago Dev Shop Is Getting Startups Funded: Here's How

Aug. 23, 2016

In the startup world, things move fast. So when design and development shop Fulton Works founder Brent Sanders started working with startups to create web platforms, mobile apps and other digital products several years ago, he restructured the design and prototyping process down to as little as a week. Read More

Why Apple is bringing advertisements to its App Store now

Oct. 4, 2016

Brent Sanders, Apple shareholder and CEO of development shop Fulton Works, said from his perspective, the more features and attention that are put into the App Store, the better it will be for app developers. Read More

26 Simple Daily Habits These High Achievers Swear By

Oct. 7, 2016

Clear your head with a musical break. "I'm not a big fan of taking idle walks or leaving the office to grab coffee. I'm far too impatient. One way to clear my head is to practice an instrument like guitar, piano or--ideally--drums. This engages a whole different part of the brain, has a relaxing effect, and also involves some physical precision which requires concentration around your muscles. Who knows, you might actually get good at playing an instrument." Read More

Fulton Works Founder: Making The Switch From Music To IT

Aug. 30, 2016

As for the tools Sanders' firm uses, he said they reflect the nature of the work to be done. "We work in dynamic situations. There's almost [always] some complexity around what we're doing that helps make it interesting," he said. "We're a big open source shop. We like Python, Ruby. We're getting into React. It expresses things in a really clean and beautiful way. We also do a lot of iOS development in Swift and Objective C. We're also getting into Go for simple, repeatable tasks." Read More

Is Pokémon Go the Tipping Point for AR?

July 25, 2016

“When we look at Pokémon Go, we see massive adoption of augmented reality,” Brent Sanders, CEO of collaborative design firm Fulton Works, told Design News. “We’re finally seeing a strong brand that will drive the acceptance of AR for worldwide use. A lot of people knew about AR, and companies have tried for a long time to get it adopted, but until now, they haven’t been able to get that adoption.” Read More

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