Brace yourselves everyone, the end of the world is near. Now before you start hoarding supplies and building bunkers, let me clarify. The world we’re talking about here is the world wide web.
Maybe I’m taking this apocalypse metaphor a bit too far, but the fact of the matter is the web is undergoing a shift like nothing we’ve ever seen before, in the form of a transition to mobile. Sooner rather than later, the mobile web will completely change the way we communicate and interact, and here at FiddleFly we want to be right on the front lines of that shift.
The evolution of the mobile web is one that moves quickly—very quickly—so it seems only appropriate we do the same. Our product has spread to thousands of businesses and nine different countries in less than a year’s time and we have grown as a community along with it.
Right now, FiddleFly is in the process of taking some pretty exciting steps. We’ve just moved into our new office (the paint is literally still drying), we’ve hired some really talented new faces and are in the process of bringing in a few more, and most importantly, we’ve launched our second generation software that will bring a level of ease and efficiency to the mobile web development process like nothing you’ve seen before.
While it’s all fine and good to point big neon signs at ourselves, that’s not what we’re about here. What we really want to do is start having conversations about things that are important in our industry. Building a dialogue is essential to us, and not just about what we’re doing, but what our affiliates are up to, what our supporters are saying, and most of all what our customers are talking about. This product has the capability to radically change the way not only businesses and customers interact, but more importantly the way people interact, which we think is pretty cool.
Our founder and president Alex Kutsishin talks about our role in the mobile web movement saying, “We aren’t about simply pushing a product in the mobile boom, we’re about creating a community of people who are excited about the possibilities mobile web development can create, and who are committed to contributing to the mobile web revolution.”
So maybe the world (or at least the world wide web) isn’t quite coming to an end, but everyday we are seeing it reshape our lives in new and fascinating ways. From an African Chief using Twitter to keep peace in his village to a major advertising firm partnering with a lollipop company to develop a social gaming venture, the mobile web is always expanding and so are we.
We want to know what you think. Leave your thoughts/questions below, connect with us us on twitter @fiddlefly or facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/FiddleFly/141472832592724, and let’s get the conversation started. Take a look at some of the great new features our new platform brings here.