Building the future of their fields
As the speed and the extent of change is constantly increasing in every field, only a few companies can afford to remain unchanged. Digitalization is a choice between modern and outdated. Our clients aren’t only choosing to keep up with the change but are driving change in their own environments.
Invented initially for children from low income backgrounds to combat increased levels of inactivity, Muuvit is a creative and fun way to get young people active while also delivering educational contents and messages.
We built the web application and designed it together with Idean.
Nearly 3 million children from across the globe have participated in Muuvit programmes.
Aalto University Campus and Real Estate operates in the heart of Aalto University, offering different kind of space and facility services in Otaniemi and Töölö. They aim to be a pioneer in developing space utilization models for the growing number of people together with the university, and decided to make finding and booking space as easy as cycling.
Aalto Space mobile app helps students find and book available study and meeting locations. The service was designed and is continuously being developed by us together with the users of the campus space and with the entire Aalto community.
With PopUp koulu teachers can organise festivals where students get to suggest and keep workshops where they, their parents and anybody in the community around the school can teach about different subjects.
Our task was to build a better version of the existing system. The tool has already been used in dozens of festivals around Finland.
Economy and housing
Domo lets students of Aalto University browse, apply for and rent apartments in the Helsinki metropolitan area. The service was built to replace Aalto University Student Union‘s old housing system, that could no longer answer to its users’ modern needs.
Domo is now also available for other housing services that aim to improve their renting processes and provide a modern user experience.
OP Metsä is a service designed for Finland’s 700 000 forest owners. It keeps its user up-to-date of her forest’s value and possibilities.
We built the service together with Bitcomp. During its pilot phase the service reached its target group and thousands of forest owners transfered their forest data to OP Metsä. It now hosts data for over 100 000 hectares and 350 million euros worth of forest.
OP Metsä was awarded as the best web service for consumers in the Grand One 2017 competition and an honorary award in Fast Company's Innovation by Design competition's Graphic Design and Data Visualization category.
Health and wellbeing
Puhti offers health check-ups to improve your wellbeing. The service streamlines the process of ordering laboratory tests and presents the results to the customer in an easy to undestand way.
We helped Puhti create its brand and built a web application to view your test results.
ViaEsca suppots the road towards a permanently balanced diet. It’s a service that builds knowledge and understanding about eating habits and their impact on our bodies. The application advices its user by providing information about the user’s own behaviour and goals.
We built and designed the ViaEsca mobile app with integrations to Polar‘s API and Fineli’s nutrition database. The app was developed as a hybrid application for iOS and Android devices and is available in AppStore and Google Play Store.
WODconnect is a product of our own, made for tracking, coaching and managing the sport of fitness. It’s a responsive web app that can also be used through our native app. It handles over 400 000 euros worth of payments every month and has 75 000 in several countries.
Our task during the 3-day hackathon was to build prototypes to be tested by consumers, working together with people at Volkswagen.
The first user feedback was received less than 24 hours after starting the hackathon. As a result, three prototypes suitable for testing were developed with a further development plan. According to the survey conducted among the participants, all would take part again.