Imagine an app that allows controlling Tesla Model S via Apple Watch, bringing many of the car’s features management to your wrist. Cult of Mac provides insights about the app ELEKS mobility experts developed for Apple Watch, explaining why technical capabilities of the gadget are still far from what Apple promised.
What challenges will developers face with the first-generation Apple Watch? Why are the technical capabilities of the gadget not likely to match expectations? MacRumors features ELEKS’ experience in developing a unique Apple Watch app that allows controlling Tesla Model S.
Is there a way to minimize human involvement in financial decision making associated with credit and insurance applications? In his article for SandHill, Viacheslav Basov, Data Science Stream Lead at ELEKS, shares an insight into credit scoring systems - a brand-new forward-thinking approach for financial risk assessment.
Do smart devices still have a long way to go before becoming a new normal? Ostap Andrusiv, R&D Mobile Stream Lead at ELEKS, sheds some light on the basic Google Glass flaws and shares his view on the future of wearable technologies for KyivPost.
ELEKS’s leading localization experts Andriy Lutsuk, Ihor Kuznietsov and Nazariy Popov share their experience in various approaches to localization and internationalization testing based on statistics from real projects in their article for the Multilingual magazine.
IT experts across Ukraine have been an important part of the volunteer effort to supply Ukraine’s army with equipment. Oleksiy Skrypnyk, Co-Founder of ELEKS, told Bloomberg Businessweek about the contribution of the company’s professionals to support the troops.
Ukraine Tech Gem, the first international technology conference dedicated to Ukraine’s dynamic IT industry was held on 18 September, 2014, in San Fransisco, CA, USA. Oleksiy Skrypnyk, Co-Founder and CEO of ELEKS, a leading IT market player and globally recognized vendor, shared his musings about this landmark event.
Interaction with wearable technology is completely different from what we’re used to, and these interactions are different on each type of wearable device. In his second article for UX Magazine, Markiyan Matsekh, Mobility & Wearables Product Manager at ELEKS, guides you through different UX considerations for different devices.
To understand the capabilities of wearable devices, it is criticall to distinguish various groups of wearables and their usage patterns. In his article for UX Magazine, Markiyan Matsekh, Mobility & Wearables Product Manager at ELEKS, explains the most popular and differentiating form factors of wearables.
Google Glass opens up a whole new world for designers, a world of wearable devices, and the applications that go with them. In their article, Markiyan Matsekh, Mobility & Wearables Product Manager, and Oleg Hasoshyn, Art Director at ELEKS, explore the opportunities and the limitations of designing for Google Glass.