Big and small

Apps, web and everything in between

We partner with companies to launch products on big and small screens.

Virgin Media Retail

Whether it’s processing sales through their iPads, improving the customer experience or helping manage a busy store; our award winning suite of apps help everyone in retail get things done.

Used within all their stores and out in the field.

Electricomics

Electricomics began as a grant from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts to explore digital comics.

A 32-page showcase with four very different digital comics including Big Nemo by Alan Moore. Electricomics was on the Guardian's top 25 apps of 2015.

The Register

With more than 5 million readers, The Register is one of the world’s biggest online tech publications.

Our apps let you read, comment and with super-fast offline syncing it'll work anywhere you are.

Virgin Media

Since 2010 we’ve partnered with Virgin Media to shape their approach to mobile.

From their first TV guide app connecting to TiVo, national WiFi projects and quirky short film competitions.

CAPSULE

CAPSULE is a quiz-based learning resource designed to support UK undergraduate medical students in the application of knowledge to clinical practice.

It contains over 650 realistic clinical scenarios comprising over 3500 questions that cover the entire curriculum.

easyCar Club

Thanks to easyCar Club you can earn money back from your car by lending it out when you’re not using it or gain access to a range of local vehicles without the costs of owning your own. With cars typically spending 95% of their lives parked, easyCar Club puts them to good use.

The social way to hire – straight from your mobile.

Harveys Brewery

Founded in 1790, Harveys is the oldest independent brewery in Sussex. It is still owned and run by the descendants of founder John Harvey.

Working with Harveys we've launched apps, websites and online stores for their customers and trade.

Virgin Media Albert

Say hello to Albert. He’s the hero of our e-learning app for Virgin Media. Albert was created to quiz store employees on their knowledge of all things Virgin Media.

There are three daily challenges designed to help staff have clued up customer conversations about Virgin Media's services and products.

Food for Friends

Brighton’s original vegetarian restaurant, Food for Friends, was established in 1981 but that doesn’t slow down their appetite for embracing digital.

They had one problem - their printed book kept selling out! We helped them digitise and relaunch their most popular recipe book as an iBook for iPhone and iPad.

It's hard to sell out of something virtual.