Flooring America’s My Floor Style app won a silver medal from the the American Business Awards. The app, built by Ballast Lane Applications, was recognized for its unique ability to help customers see exactly how different flooring choices would look in their rooms. Read more about the winners here https://stevieawards.com/aba/2016-app-award-winners.
About Larry Ehrhardt
CEO, Founder Ballast Lane Applications, LLC.
Mobile design, development and publishing.
Entries by Larry Ehrhardt
The team just completed the integration of Nest and Insteon API’s into ETS Emerald’s Senzorz app. We found that both are well documented and easy to implement in both iOS and Android. However, Nest has more interesting feature such as deep links into their own app, better device state checking and images available for implementation in native app. […]
The second survey application developed by Ballast Lane Applications for the International Food Productivity Research Institute has been deployed to the field. The app is in use by a team of 40 researchers who are gathering data on social attitudes in support of a Duke University entitled “Iodine Deficiency and Gender Attitudes in Tanzania.” The […]
Version 1.0 of the new iPad My Flooring Story was released to Flooring America and Flooring Canada members today at their conneXtions held in Washington D.C. The app will help users visualize what Flooring America products will look like in a customer’s own home. All you do is take a picture of the room, cut […]
The International Food Policy and Research Institute has engaged us to build a custom Android survey tool to be used to support a study on the economic choices made by farmers and other business people in remote locations. The app will support custom survey creation, graphical presentation of economic scenarios and upload of results to […]
The Emission Information app, developed by Ballast Lane Applications, was selected as a top four finalist in the US Department of Energy’s American Energy Data Challenge. Additionally, the app was recognized for its innovative use of the Green Button data standard and how the combination of usage data and the carbon footprint profile of the […]
Hunt Allcott of NYU and Richard Sweeney of Harvard recently published their study results in a paper called “Information Disclosure through Agents: Evidence from a Field Experiment” which share findings of how consumers respond to energy efficiency information and incentives when purchasing water heaters. Water heater purchases are mundane (as the authors state in their […]
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