HiQ is a larger consultant company where they help other companies digitalize themselves, or improve their already established digital world. This means that HiQ has their fingers in pretty much every industry and with an impressive range of clients.
During my time at HiQ I have worked with around 10 different clients of various sizes with projects just as varying. Since I am under a non disclosure agreement I can’t really speak freely about these clients or their projects, but I am allowed to mention some of them by name: Mölnlycke Healthcare, Volvofinans bank, Volvo, Parkeringsbolaget, Göta Lejon, just to mention a few. The projects have all been towards mobile development, or in some cases internet of things, where Objective-C and Swift have been the primary focus.
For collaboration tools I have used JIRA, Hansoft, Trello, and Microsoft TFS. For distribution we have mainly used Testflight, Buddybuild, or HockeyApp. Since I have also worked closely with UX and designers I have also been in contact with Zeplin, Sketch, and Invision, even though I have never created content in these tools.
The role I have had during these projects has mostly been as a frontend developer, and in most cases the sole developer since several of the projects have only had a development cycle of a few weeks to a few months. But the two longest projects I have been a part of have each spanned about a year, where I was junior developer in one, and senior developer in the other.