Andrew Armstrong is a technology enthusiast, business owner, and digital marketing strategist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. A graduate of UC Berkeley in 2003, Andrew enjoys Cal Football games, experimenting with new technology, and chasing around his toddler son with his wife.

 

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5 Tips for Successfully Pitching Investors

young entrepreneur pitching his app

For even the most bootstrapped of startups – financed only on credit card debt, ambition, and determination – there ultimately comes a time when in order to take the company to the next level, the assistance of outside investors will be required. Pitching to…

Effective Staffing Strategies for Technology Startups

Hiring the right people for the job is critical if a technology startup is going to make it through the beginning phase and survive for the long-term. But staffing a startup is a complicated art. It requires using the right interviewing techniques to spot…

Wearable Tech for the Animal Kingdom

Wearable Tech for the Animal Kingdom

Wearable technology, ranging from pacemakers to GPS devices to fitness trackers, have been utilized by people for many years now. However, a somewhat overlooked niche of the rapidly growing wearable technology market are the applications for the animal kingdom, as wearable …

Emergent Technology Inspired by Nature

biomimicry

As concepts such as biomimicry and generative design become more popular, technology’s advancement increasingly mirrors nature’s evolutionary cycle. Looking at the inherent approach to design, computing power and cloud technologies now allow for solutions to be created …

Productivity and the Workplace of the Future

4 Strategies for Maximizing Your Daily Productivity

The way we work changes rapidly. The intersection of technology and architecture offers a glimpse into the workplace of the future. A typical workday no longer resembles a worker sitting in rush hour traffic for an hour, and then at a cubicle for eight…

What the Future of ID Card Technology Looks Like

What the Future of ID Card Technology Looks Like

Over the last several years, the technology behind securing and validating identification cards and driver’s licenses in the United States has evolved dramatically and is expected to continue to do so. As a result of the REAL ID Act of 2005, American citizens need…