Case Study: Reactize Manager

Brief Following a number of rounds of technology research, Paul Persky contacted us and requested we look into the delivery of a content management system for Reactize clients and partners to allow them to create Reactize previews within a secure online system and then preview them on their own devices with a view to including [...]

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Case Study: Scent Magic Box

Brief: A number of effectively disparate technologies have been considered for combination into a unique marketing proposition. This project was conceived to deliver a proof of concept solution for use as a demo/inspiration to clients of the Cardinal group who want to make better use of technology and engage with consumers in new ways. Strategy [...]

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iOS 8

iOS 8 will have a very similar design to iOS 7 but it is packed with great new features enabling users to personalise their Apple devices a bit more. Messages Users will now be able to send quick audio and videos messages and self-destructing messages similar to Snapchat. Users will also be able to share [...]

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Case Study: Snakeword

Brief John Mansfield approached Eigo App Studio to build a Proof of Concept for his game idea Snakeword. After the proof of concept was a success, John then decided to looking to develop Snakeword into an iOS application. The Snakeword puzzle idea is unique to any other and we needed to ensure that the app [...]

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Case Study: Calvin Climbs

Brief Stephen Bungay, who previously worked with us to develop Message Spy, approached Eigo App studio with a new idea for a game that could dominate the App Store called Calvin Climbs. After the huge success of other never ending runner apps such as temple run, doodle jump, mega jump and most recently, Flappy Bird, [...]

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Nike Moving Away from Fitness

Nike are moving away from fitness bands hardware as wearable tech fades in 2014. Nike’s future in FuelBand hardware is coming to an end and Fitbit recalled its top-end product, the Fitbit Force this winter. Could this be the end of wearable tech as we know it? Fitness bands by other companies including  Sony, LG, [...]

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Eigo’s New Office: App Development in Australia!

Eigo have expanded and we now have an amazing new office in Sydney to provide app development in Australia! Australia is the passport for the Asian and Pacific markets, both established and emerging realities composed of hundreds of millions of potential consumers. We can’t wait to hear some innovative ideas and develop some new, fresh [...]

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Case Study: The North Face Explorer App

Brief The North Face have begun to re-fit their flagship store in Milan with brand new POS and planned to create interactive elements around the store that will work with the The North Face Explorer App that would be released at the end of March 2014. Eigo were contacted to help implement iBeacons technology into [...]

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Apple iPhone Returns

Apple has reduced the return period for iPhone’s from 30 days to 14 days. Although the time has been reduced, customers can still return the iPhone without facing any fees. Other Apple products such as Macs and iPods have had the shorter return perios for a while now,  but Apple must have thought that iPhone [...]

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Samsung Gear Fit available in the UK in April

Samsung Gear Fit revealed at Mobile World Congress that the Gear Fit will be available in the UK from April There is no mention of price yet for the Gear Fit but with an April release, it will be available before many other rumoured fitness devices which could give it the lead in the market. [...]

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