RubensteinTech partners with leading creative firms to build high-end websites and software for web and mobile platforms across the legal, real estate, non-profit, technology, and financial services sectors.
RubensteinTech hosts many fun and educational events for our team and partners each year. We organize the NYC Web Design Meetup, a professional networking group of 4,000 web designers and developers. We also produce the RubyLaw Thought Leadership Series, providing design and digital marketing expertise to top law and professional services firms.
The American Institute of Graphic Arts' annual celebration of renowned design professionals. Click here for details on our visit!
Speakers: Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seidan discuss Lean UX, an approach that combines User Experience, Design Thinking, Lean Startup and Agile development.
Scott Rubenstein, Director of Client Services at RubensteinTech, discusses our recent hackathon, titled "DayTwo2015".
Speakers: Garrett Nantz & Co. of Luxurious Animals, present details about two recently launched Immersive HTML5 Experiences.
Rachel R. Guy helps you plan and showcase compelling content like practice descriptions, bios, video, and blogs.
Speaker: Dave Haeffner is a man on a mission -- to help people achieve their potential through effective technology use.
Speaker Indi Young discusses how empathy allows you to gather and compare thinking patterns in order to improve your strategy, and collaborate successfully.
NYCWDM Demo Night: Participants had no more than 5 minutes to present their site followed by questions from the audience.
Rubenstein Technology Group celebrated our 10th anniversary with a truly unique performance by iLuminate.
We celebrate a successful product launch and the coming of new hires with an ice skating trip at Brookfield Place.
Learn how to use competitive intelligence to drive business development with Chris Fritsch & CLIENTSFirst Consulting.
Having a consistent voice and message across all of your customer touch points is crucial. Scott Milano of Tanj Branding provides a guide.
Linkedin can be a powerful tool. Josh Johnson of Influence&Co. shows you how to get the most out of it.
In-depth look, with case studies, pros and cons, of engineering custom native apps, web-based apps, ebooks, microsites, etc.
The 'Mobile 101' webinar raised many questions on marketing technology - We dutifully answer them for you here.
Practical tips on how to get started with - or further extend the adoption and implementation of - a content strategy program.
Step 1: Understand your Audience, and understand what it takes to provide a great user experience for multiple audiences.
What does the competitive landscape in legal look like across social media? Guy Alvarez from Good2bSocial gives his report.
Rachel Guy and Jaron Rubenstein provide a comprehensive guide for planning and presenting your firm's content.