Professional Services

Besides developing our own apps we also design and develop Mac and iOS applications for clients. From first approach with your idea for an app, through to the final public release on the App Store, everything we do is client-centered.

We also provide on-site training and coaching for your developers.

We have experience with delivering apps for small clients, but also for enterprise clients like Xerox, Merck, Canon, NXP, and Nexcopy.

Past projects

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    Together with Zebraa we developed Dialogue for OS X. Dialogue brings you handsfree calling through your Mac. Dialog is currently on sale on the Mac App Store and has reached the #3 spot in the US for top paid applications.
  • NXP LogoXerox Install for iPad

    For Xerox we developed an iPad application to be used internally. This application allows installation engineers to install high-volume printers. The application scans the barcode of the printer and helps configuring the printer and enabling features.
  • NXP LogoPico Application

    For NXP Semiconductors, in collaboration with “Phluxus”, we wrote a Mac OS X application to monitor and configure their new audio chips that will be used in mobile devices. Mac OS X Lion and up only, this app uses many of the latest technologies of this platform.
  • Gaming Support LogoMedia Manager/Player for iOS/OS X

    We designed and developed a suite of applications for Gaming Support's Narrow Casting products. The suite includes a Mac OS X media server application that displays shows comprising of movie backgrounds, text and scroll overlays and a myriad of special effects which can all be scheduled and animated. An iPad application is used to create and managed the shows.
  • Merck LogoUnivadis Project
    Within the Univadis 2.0 project, an information portal for over 3 million medical specialists, We were responsible for the mobility architecture and functional design for iPhone and Android applications.

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