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Police Media Uploader

One of the recent  apps that we have developed for the Public Sector is Police Media Uploader  which is available on both Android & Blackberry, for this project we worked along digital asset management company, the Police Force’s internal IT team and their frontline end users.


If you are a registered public sector employee – view our mobile app design and build profile here.


Services that we provide

Mobile App Design and Build

We develop mobile apps, including native, web-based and multi-platform apps, for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, including user-experience (UX) design, build, testing, deployment and support.

Services include:

  • Business intelligence and analytics
  • Collaboration
  • Creative and design
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • Healthcare
  • IT management
  • Marketing
  • Project management and planning
  • Software development tools

Delivering:

  • iOS app development including iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
  • Android app development including phones, tablets and wearables
  • Windows Phone, Surface & Windows 10 app development
  • Web HTML5 app development
  • One stop shop from strategy to design to deployment
  • Great design, user experience and technical build

G-Cloud 7 consists of a series of framework agreements with suppliers that allow public sector organisations to buy services without a tender procurement process. Instead, they can use the Digital Marketplace to search for services covered by the G-Cloud framework.

Web App design and Build

We develop web apps, including native, web-based and multi-platform apps, for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, including user-experience (UX) design, build, testing, deployment and support. We specialise in building large-scale interactive web applications using technologies such as Django, AngularJS and nodejs.


If you are a registered public sector employee – view our web app design and build profile here.


Services include:

  • Business intelligence and analytics
  • Collaboration
  • Creative and design
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • Healthcare
  • IT management
  • Marketing
  • Project management and planning Software development tools

Delivering:

  • Large Scale Web application Development
  • Experience in building CRM, ERP, custom web applications
  • Multi-platform responsive web app builds
  • Experience of Agile & Waterfall
  • One stop shop from strategy to design to deployment
  • Great design, user experience and technical build
  • Market leaders with a 50+ strong in-house team

Please note: The Digital Services Store is only available to Public Sector Employees. Learn more about hedgehog lab and GOV.UK / G-Cloud 7.

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Towards the end of January, 2017, Google acquired the developer platform, Fabric, the idea being that the combined business would help mobile teams build better apps, better understand their users and ultimately grow their companies. Included was a set of developer tools called fastlane, created through an open source project, which were already being used by thousands of development teams to automate both the building and the release of iPhone and Android apps.

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