by clayton 9. April 2010 20:14

Well, it's the start of the new financial year and we've kicked it off with a couple of great multimedia projects that we've been commissioned to design and build.

The first is an interactive flash presentation for the NHS in conjunction with BlackBerry and O2 promoting both the new facilities at Portsmouth Hospital and various other techy products such as the Digital Pen by Developer IQ. We're still in the early stages of development but we have used some really sexy code and we're very pleased with the results so far!

We're also building a interactive sales presentation for one of our long standing clients, UK Parking Control, to showcase all their services. This includes their new iWarden mobile application that we recently helped develop for them in conjunction with a crazy Kiwi and a very talented Canadian! If you're interested in seeing the finished product, get in touch at .

Thats about it for now as I have loads to catch up on because Adam is sitting on some beach in Thailand right now!

Tags: multimedia, presentation, nhs, , o2, uk parking control, thailand

Helping to bring our Bobbies back....

by Phil 16. February 2010 20:59

More police on the streets equals less crime.... a no-brainer!

Delivering smartphone mobile technology to frontline police and staff is starting to revolutionise modern policing in the UK. Providing officers on patrol with improved access to critical information on the spot allows them to make informed operational decisions enabling them to react and respond more quickly and appropriately.

So when commisioned by Research In MotionĀ® to design and develop a marketing campaign for the South Yorkshire Police to promote the benefits of the BlackBerry solution as part of the force's Mobile Information Programme we jumped at the chance. We designed a range of literature coupled with email marketing to create awareness both internally and externally of MIP with the aim of having a long term impact on public confidence.

Our successful campaign was recognised by the National Police Improvement Agency who in turn invited us to present to other forces at a number of national seminars. We demonstrated how we worked with the SYP and RIM to deliver the campaign and also advised in their workshops and through this we were asked to do the same for the Hampshire Police Constabulary!

So a great result and we're proud to be a part of this exciting new initiative.