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Heyworks is coming to Unite 11. Are you?

Posted on Sep 22, 2011 | 0 comments

As most of you know, next week, September 28-30, Unity is holding a massive event for developers, publishers, tech geeks and beyond in San Francisco, California, known as Unite 11. Heyworks will be attending Unite 11 and we would love to meet up with you for a talk or discussion during these 3 days. Our CEO Alex Yarmolik will be packed with gadgets and recent works we’ve done, so be sure to ping him for demos of our last games and visualization projects. What is more, Alex will gladly answer all your questions on projects porting with the help of Unity, niche visualization projects and, of course, making games. You can schedule a meeting with Alex via

Take a look at the projects we will be bringing to Unite 11 after the cut.

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Why Small Businesses Should Use Yammer

Posted on Jul 11, 2011 | 3 comments

Yammer LogoThree weeks ago Heyworks started using Yammer. Some of us (read me) were tired of a decent sized chat group on Skype and constant notifications popping up as people would share a link to a must-watch youtube video or just asked how everyone was doing. There was no opportunity to jump in or out of this endless conversation, add comment to a link that was shared a couple of hours ago or filter discussions by topics. Oh, and no search as well.

Here comes Yammer. After initial co-workers resistance and overall disbelief that we need “another social tool”, and  3 weeks test-drive I can tell you everyone loves Yammer. How do I know? You can create polls on Yammer as well. Here are 7 good reasons to bring your team to Yammer. And while you are getting convinced, do yourself a favor and get Yammer for your own company.

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5 Free Great Android Unity Games Worth Checking Out

Posted on Jun 28, 2011 | 1 comment

It’s no doubt that mobile gaming (read smartphones) is as important to developers and publishers as mature console and desktop markets. While iOS is truly a leader among mobile platforms in entertainment and gaming domain, studios try to encompass each and every market to milk additional revenue, increase brand awareness and other marketing perks.

Android is a great platform, which is getting extremely popular. In fact so popular, that according to ComScore, Android has topped iOS in the US. No wonder many popular titles have been brought from iOS to Android devices. Many developers select Unity as a technology to port their games to multiple platforms. Furthermore, many of the paid apps in the AppStore are completely free on Android Market. Let’s check out five free and excellent android games built with the help of Unity.

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What Each Client Means to Heyworks

Posted on Sep 29, 2010 | 0 comments

There are a lot of companies out there fighting for the right to be your software solution solver. We at Heyworks believe relations between a client and a software provider should be as those in the family: sincere, strong and supportive. Let us tell what each client means for Heyworks.

It’s all about you

Working with us is just as cozy as you feel under your favorite blanket in a chilly fall night. We are a small dev workshop and we know all our customers very well. We spend a lot of time with you on the phone or skype, discussing your project and needs. We introduce our team members to you, so you know who is working for you, not just email addresses.You can even discuss your concerns with our wonderful CEO Alex Yarmolik. We want you to feel being a part of our team, and once you feel that way, Heyworks becomes much more than just another software service provider. We become part of your business family, who you can rely on.

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8 Reasons to Work with Software Company on Your Next Project

Posted on Sep 21, 2010 | 0 comments

Dozens of companies are looking for a full-time or contractor developer, designer, etc. A great part of them is ignoring software companies providing dedicated professionals with the explanation that they need a freelancer or a contractor and not interested in companies. What’s the reason behind it?

Most of people have false assumptions about software dev companies. They say it’s risky, too far away and expensive. However, going with a freelancer bears the same threats to project success and sometimes even more.

Selecting a company (assuming you work under dedicated team model) as your next vendor has several advantages over freelancers:

1. Companies provide their professionals with an ideal environment (top performance computers, software licenses, “knowledge sharing” Intranet etc);

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