More than 10 million robots have been fixed in Dragon Army's iOs hit "Little Broken Robots" since it was featured on the App Store home page.
Join the Dragon Army team for an in-depth look at how they did it and what they would've done differently. This has been one of the most successful mobile games to ever come out of Georgia, so get the inside look here.
In addition, the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) will be joining us to give an overview of their recently released state of the industry report. All of this takes place in the friendly confines of Friendly Human, an Atlanta-based video production company specializing in humanity-driven videos including testimonial videos, video business cards, and more.
Dragon Army, based in Atlanta, GA, is a mobile experience agency built to deliver the best entertainment to mobile devices everywhere. Consisting of a blended group of marketers, game designers, developers and artists, the team applies their diverse skills to create rewarding mobile experiences for the world’s top brands. The company currently partners with The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Red Bull and InterContinental Hotels Group.
Driven by a corporate belief that “remarkable people deserve to have their story told,” Friendly Human strives to distill each and every story they capture in to short, visually-appealing videos that move people to action. The company specializes in persuasive storytelling through brand, culture and testimonial films. Friendly Human works with medium-sized to large organizations, including The Home Depot, ABM and the Georgia World Congress Center. Friendly Human is also committed to giving back to their community and the firm is an active supporter of the Global Conservation Corps, New Story Charity, and 48in48. Friendly Human has an eye for seeing a compelling story and translating that story into video marketing concepts – with a touch of humanity – every time. To learn more about Friendly Human, visit www.FriendlyHuman.com.
Technology Association of Georgia
What drives the success of technology in Georgia? Find out as TAG presents their State of the Industry: Technology in Georgia Report focused on the Elements of Success for Georgia's Technology Economy: Talent, Capital and Innovation. This presentation showcases these factors including a Gap Analysis that helps identify where Georgia ranks as a Top Five Technology State, the report's Key Findings and the state's Innovation Index.
When: Tuesday, May 10
Where: Friendly Human, Studioplex Lofts, 659 Auburn Ave NE #252, Atlanta, GA 30312
Parking: Studioplex sits along After 6 pm, there is plenty of parking along Airline Street. There is also a free parking lot on Airline, right under the Edgewood St. underpass. AVOID ANY AREA WITH A NO PARKING SIGN
6 - 7 pm: Networking
7 - 8 pm: Little Broken Robots post mortem
8 - 9 pm: Networking
Free to GGDA and TAG members, $5 all others