iOS App Development
We develop award-winning mobile experiences that integrate the latest technologies and gestures, such as Apple Pay and Siri, and help clients to captivate their audiences across iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
The HR department at Kingston Hospital wanted a creative solution to manage their employee interactions. We co-created AskHR – an enterprise platform with iOS and Android apps that gives clinicians, administrators and other staff access to key human resources information.
United Medicine is in the business of revolutionizing EBM. The current volume of information is vast, the quality inconsistent and the way it is created and shared is outdated. We helped UMed provide medical practitioners with the most efficient, advanced yet easily accessible method of knowledge exchange for healthcare professionals.
We co-created a platform bringing together clinicians, admins and patients around outpatient care in the gastroenterology departments of Kings & Barts. The IG compliant platform facilitates medication reminders, appt. setting, patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) and the porting of medical records via iOS & Android, and gives hospitals a portal from which to administer patients.
We’re thrilled to have won a highly coveted Design 100 Award for our work with King’s College NHS Trust. As much as it recognises our creative team’s excellence, it also recognises the important work that KCH and others are doing to make healthcare more accessible to patients. We’re very proud to be associated.
We helped the Rheumatology consultants at King’s College Hospital’s create an app that provides patients with a 360 degree view of their health condition and treatment and gives them full visibility over their past, present and future appointments. Following its success the app will be rolled out to NHS RD departments across the UK.
Held in London’s Barbican Centre in 2014, Wikimania was a 2000+ person conference, festival, meetup, workshop, hackathon, and celebration. We successfully showcased our innovation around location services at the Wikimania conference through combining a physical beacon network with GPS.