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V4 Development was proud to collaborate with VCPEA (The Virginia Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse) to launch the new VCPEA brand and updated website.
To view the latest website and learn more about VCPEA's mission, please visit http://www.VCPEA.org
VCPEA's Mission Statement
VCPEA is a Coalition of individuals and organizations working cooperatively through public awareness, advocacy, and education to assure older Virginians a life free of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Since 1993, VCPEA has been a leader in promoting awareness, training, and advocacy on behalf of Virginia's ab...
V4 Development attended the To Be Designed conference put on by Richmond UX. To Be Designed was a virtual conference created by Rosenfield Media to discuss and explore the “near-future” of design.
V4 Development developed the Science Museum of Virginia’s “The Muse” using native iOS and Android languages and incorporating Google App Engine, Compute Engine, and other cloud based technologies offered by Google to provide an auto scaling and reliable API for the mobile app to utilize. The Science Museum of Virginia launched the mobile application “The Muse” in May 2016.
**Creatives Give Back** *By Holly Henschen* Work can be hectic. Consider getting re-centered by building robots and oil painting with forks. The tech world’s oft-mentioned mantra “make the world a better place” is often viewed as a global goal. But creative types are finding ways to improve the planet in their own back yards and are professional and personal inspiration in the process. Volunteering creative skills needn’t be tech-based to be rewarding. When Joshua Barber, CCO of V4 Development, a full-service website and app development company, is off the clock, he volunteers with Connor’