Matt is attending GMIC Beijing 2015 until Thursday 30th April, and guest-blogging for the GMIC Blog! GMIC is the major mobile internet conference in China, and this year's theme is "Mobile Everything".
Curtis joins ReignDesign as a project manager.
We’re extremely thrilled to have Curtis as part of the team. Curtis is a true Brooklynite who has spent the last 14 years in China.
Curtis must be the ideal PM:
With years of experience as a developer himself, he knows what it takes to be the link between client and team.
He further is fluent in agile development methodologies, a previous agile Scrum-master.
His friendly yet thoughtful attitude means he is ideal person to understand our clients' needs and his good sense of humour and his air of authority lets him keep a clear head when things get tight.
When he is not working, he likes to play board-games, go to quiz nights, and nearly became a professional rugby player in Wales once. Lucky he didn’t.
Jason is ReignDesign’s new Interface Designer.
Jason grew up in Los Angeles and later moved to Seattle where he studied both design and psychology. Since then his tireless work ethic has seen him practicing design in all media: graphic, industrial, web, video, and motion graphics.
Jason ran a small design consultancy in Seattle for two years, giving him valuable experience in producing designs which reflect the values of a company.
In his spare time Jason loves to forage for berries and mushrooms, read books, listen to Ethiopian jazz and travel to places that are outside his comfort zone.
Camille joins ReignDesign as a executive assistant.
Why we’re really proud to have her as part of the team:
Camille is like a super-woman, she is extremely smart (got best grades of her year in college), knows how to kick ass (trained in all sorts of martial arts since she was 3 years old) and has a truly multi cultural background - she grew up & lived in England, France, USA and now Asia, which she totally puts to use when interacting with people.
She hails from London, where she had several jobs as executive assistant. And did I mention she is into video games and boxing? Swoon…
We had a busy year of the horse! 2014 was the first year for our new Chile office. We explored iBeacons, helped people swipe through their support tickets, attended cool events like Barcamp, CocoaHeads and GMIC, got kicking for the World Cup, helped a local entrepreneur, made some Shanghai street signs, figured out a more agile way to price apps, discovered two ways to build a pyramid, got ready for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, made some awesome educational games, celebrated Christmas, and welcomed our newest team member Anukriti.
Who knows what the year of the sheep will bring? We're hoping it'll be a baaaaaaa-d ass year!
Nobody cares what the fox says!