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Working closely with heritage, engineering and agency groups, we provide award-winning app development that drives customer engagement and boosts innovation in business.

We believe that co-creation is the right approach to understanding problems and inspiring creative solutions. All of our projects are a true collaboration between us and our clients…

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App Insights

Pokemon Go: The phenomenon unwrapped

Within five days of its launch, Nintendo’s market value had increased by $9billion. It has users in over 26 countries and, for an app that crashed with alarming regularity, it was one of the stickiest downloads on the market: 7 out of 10 people who download the app returned the…

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Workplace training is dead: long live app training

Traditional ‘talk-and-chalk’ workplace training is in trouble. Mandatory sessions with PowerPoint, flipcharts and feedback slips are perceived as boring box-ticking busywork. They fail to engage the trainees, they fail to develop skills by allowing trainees to practice them in real situations, and they often fail to directly address the concerns…

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How apps outpace traditional engineering IT systems

For engineering teams, finding simple solutions to complex problems is their bread and butter. All too often this requires long-winded procurement of expensive databases, only accessible using clunky, non-bespoke front-end software. Frustration follows. Meanwhile, apps are cost-effective, fast-developed technologies with clear, functional user interfaces, offering flexible front-ends to these complex…

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Copyright in apps: who owns what?

Great mobile apps are built on great code and great content. But the big question is – who owns what? Many brands with a mobile app don’t know which parts of the app they actually own – there’s been confusion expressed by heritage organisations who aren’t quite sure who the…

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