We don’t just talk development, we talk product.

We’ve got you covered for everything needed to develop a top-notch, innovative digital product, from strategy, design and coding, through to marketing and post release maintenance.

 

Compare us with the rest: We don’t just talk development like our competitors, anyone can find programmers. We talk PRODUCT. We know what it takes to develop, maintain and grow quality Digital Products.

For a project to be successful it needs more than code. It needs more than developers on the other end being told what to do. It needs care and interest from all parties.

 
$25,000+
 
$100 - $149 / hr
 
2 - 9
 Founded
2011
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Adelaide, Australia
headquarters
  • L2, 44 Pirie Street
    Adelaide, SA 5000
    Australia

Portfolio

Key clients: 

Government of South Australia, Adelaide United Football Club, Adelaide Airport, Adelaide Rundle Mall, Vogue Australia, Fremantle Media, The University of Adelaide, Flinders University, Wokinabox, Barnacle Bill, Can:Do Group, Life Without Barriers, Autism SA, Australian Nursing Midwifery Foundation, News Corp Australia.

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Adelaide United Shake it!

Fan engagement App Development for Adelaide United Football Club. AUFC Shake it! is a high performing fan engagement tool that helps Adelaide United Football Club interact directly with fans through their mobile phone.
 

Using the app, fans shake their phones at AUFC home games to instantly win offers, prizes or enter into competitions.

AUFC Shake it! has been running for the past two A-League

seasons.
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Prospect Places

Interactive Web App Development. Appliquette was approached by The City of Prospect to develop a Web App allowing the Council to deliver information and visuals about the City of Prospect’s Openspace Strategy, with a key focus on providing information around timelines to upgrades and maintenance on the Green Spaces in the region.

The key aims of the app is to increase engagement with community and obtain feedback and

suggestions as quickly as possible.
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Addinsight

Award winning App Development. The Addinsight apps have been developed as part of a larger system called Addinsight that monitors the road network, produced by the SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).

Appliquette was approached by DPTI to take their inital prototype apps and re-develop them as an iOS and Android consumer based app that will

interact with their Bluetooth beacon network & Rest API and Web Feed.

Appliquette worked closely with DPTI to integrate the new technology & Bluetooth beacon network into a sophisticated solution that provides excellent, hands-free results to the app user.

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Touchstone

Appliquette was approached by Resources and Engineering Skills Alliance (RESA) to assist delivering a Survey App Development project involving a mobile app and web app management system. The Survey App is a brand new independent way to monitor employee engagement and wellbeing that allows for near real-time feedback from a participants workforce.

The pulse survey is

administered via an iOS and Android app, generates key data which is analysed to inform company strategies for improving engagement through the Web App Dashboard.

Appliquette assisted RESA through developing a native iOS and Android app for data input, and a Web App Dashboard to generate analytics, as well as monitor and manage participating companies and their sub-divisions, and schedule and manage pulse surveys.

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Unley Museum Interactive

Appliquette was brought in to develop an interactive, touchscreen exhibition for the City of Unley – Unley Museum

The exhibition is an ongoing exhibition called ‘Touch on History with Touchscreen Tech’ which is the first of its type of exhibition (digital

touchscreen) for the Unley Museum.

Visitors can come and explore the collection with our new touchscreen technology. Discover strange and fascinating objects from history as they come alive beneath your fingertips.

Viewers will tap on an items on the touchscreen to display more information about it, they are then directed to a physical box number in the exhibition room, to see the object in real life.