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We strive to clarify the processes involved with a down-to-earth, jargon free approach. This ensures our mobile partners have clear expectations that align with the digital products we deliver.

Enterprise software, native mobile apps and mobile websites are all key drivers in today’s digital age.

Our discovery workshops and planning will help you determine the role of mobile and guide you through the process. This gives a clear focus to the design stage, which leads into working prototypes and the build & test phases.

Once your app is successfully launched we then evaluate and advise further to ensure continued growth and success.

  • Discover and plan
  • Design, build and test
  • Evaluate and learn

We’re not content with building software that is merely useful or good. We want to build the best products – that our customers will love, and their customers will rave about. We want our expertise and passion for technology to be reflected in every solution we deliver.

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insight

At its latest product launch event, Google announced a bunch of new devices, including the Pixel 2, Google Home Mini, Google Pixelbook, Google Home Max, Google Pixel Buds and Google Clips. The company also discussed its decision to take all hardware development in-house as part of its #madebygoogle campaign. Undoubtedly, though, the most interesting aspect of the latest line of devices is that at the core of all of them are the AI and machine learning capabilities Google has been diligently enhancing.

With this in mind, we will now look at the most important new releases to be announced by the tech giant.

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The explosive rise of augmented reality presents a number of opportunities and challenges for developers. Learn more about the technicalities of AR and AR applications, as well as:

  • AR development software such as ARKit, ARCore, Daqri-ARToolkit and more.

  • The industries AR applications will transform.

  • Considerations in building an AR Toolkit

  • The future of AR development.

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