About Phoenix Roberts
Design and development of native mobile applications for both iOS and Android.
We design and create hybrid mobile apps and mobile friendly sites for both iOS and Android.
Move beyond ordinary. If you're ready to innovate and create something spectacular, this is the place.
Phoenix Roberts was founded by Rob Zmudzinski, a 25 year veteran of the tech industry, with the purpose of enabling companies to achieve their goals through the innovative application of technology. Phoenix Roberts delivers software solutions for companies and leaders that want to achieve maximum results from their investments in technology - taking their companies to the next level.
Rob takes a "Full stack" approach to development in order to provide end to end solutions that address the needs of the business. It's not just about delivering software - it's about solving problems and enabling business. From idea to implementation - strategy, problem solving and, continual communication are the priority.
From fortune 500 companies and industry recognized leaders such JP Morgan, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Cantor Fitzgerald and Barrett-Jackson to small independent start-ups. Rob shares with his customers a passion for excellence and the determination to achieve it.
Customer focus, cutting-edge technology and, timely execution are the cornerstones of Phoenix Roberts.
Websites Explained – web tech for the non-tech
As an IT professional with a focus on web and mobile a question that’s put to me from time to time from is “How hard is it to make a […]
Shining a light on web sites with LAMP
As stated in part I web sites can be broken down into halves, the front end or browser side and the back end or server side. In this article we’ll […]
Phoenix Startup – Silicon Desert
Data from Pitchbook shows 74 venture capital deals made from 2009 to 2011 in the Phoenix area, with a total of $332 million invested. But from 2012 to 2014, those […]
Building your dream app. A guide for the non-techie.
Part II – Starting development can be daunting. In part I we reviewed the available avenues for creating content for mobile, in part II we’ll be discussing the processes and […]
Building your dream app. A guide for the non-techie.
Part I – Frequently when I tell people I create mobile applications for a living they respond with their own idea for a mobile app. I see they are brimming […]
New to the valley, opening in January of this year the Desk Hub seems to be doing everything right. During Phoenix start-up week they hosted speakers and workshops and have […]
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I think of CoHoots as the big name in Phoenix coworking. It’s not the size however – it’s the community. The management team of CoHoots has made building and maintaining […]
I can sum up The Office Pile space in three words – passion, pride, and soul. The Office Pile or TOP is a unique take on co-working with an unmistakable […]
Located in the Paradise Valley Mall, Elevate coworking is, by far, the most unusual of the locations I have found during my tour of the Phoenix area coworking spaces, to-date. […]
As a part of my survey of the Phoenix area co-working spaces, I spent a day working at Lab Phx. Proprietor, designer, and front-end developer Robert Renteria has had the space […]
Are your Lambdas Leaking?
The problem At a recent C# Xamarin meetup (I’m a meetup junky) a statement was made from a very knowledgeable individual – when a lambda expression is wired up to […]
The case for venue specific mobile apps
Back in September 2013, Apple released iOS version 7 – the engine that powers the iPhone. Within that release was contained the latest incarnation of Apple’s “location based service” functionality […]
Top 5 things to know about iBeacons
Since their introduction last fall with iOS 7 Beacons have been going gangbusters – here’s a quick top 5 of things to know about iBeacons They are Here NOW Major […]
Clock Punching Beacons
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Samsung’s Proximity – iBeacon alternative
Last week Samsung held it’s Developer Conference in San Francisco and one of the key announcements was a new offering targeted directly at Apple’s iBeacon. The new product is called […]
Major Beacon News – MLB goes blue
In February of 2014 Major League Baseball began the first phase of it’s new iBeacon initiative installing thousands of the devices in stadiums all around the country. Some 28 ballparks have received […]
Beacons vs Batteries
Whether you’re iPhone or Android we love our phones and the more features the better. Those features however come at a price measured in precious battery time. It’s the Achilles heel […]
Retail rewards get a kick
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