We’re proud to present Apadmi’s 2017 mobile technology showcase, a highlight of some our recent mobile and server solution work.
The showcase was created to exemplify the unique details we place into all of our mobile development projects. The tiny yet distinctive features; transitional screens, loading animations and in-app haptic feedback, small finishing touches that many people may not even notice, but that add to the overall user experience.
Featuring work from a variety of different sectors from recruitment to healthcare, the video showcases our diverse mobile technology portfolio, and presents a snapshot of our projects that aren’t always available for public consumption.
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BBC – The BBC Music app allows for automatic playback of artists featured on BBC TV and radio channels for up to a week after they air, and syncs perfectly with leading music streaming services.
Travel Counsellors – We provided Travel Counsellors with a mobile solution that allows its customers to access all travel documents in one digital location, even when offline.
Zoek – We created a job board mobile app and server solution for recruitment specialist Zoek that utilises the power of machine learning to specifically pick out job roles that are perfect for a potential employees’ skillset, location and salary requirements.
Argos – Our project with retail giant Argos allows its customers to simply and intuitively manage their My Argos Card finances, make payments, manage credit limits and receive loyalty benefits through using the service.
PropertyPal – For Northern Ireland’s leading property website, we created a mobile app solution to provide easy search options for those looking to buy or rent a new home.
NHS Blood and Transplant*– We’ve won awards and been shortlisted for awards for our work with NHS Blood and Transplant. The DonorPath solution was designed to replace a paper-based system for Specialist Nurses, helping to reduce human error, speed up the organ donation process, reduce paper waste and most importantly, allow Specialist Nurses to spend more time caring for patients and their families.
*All data shown is for illustration purposes only.