We started in 2010, and have since worked on more web and mobile apps than we can count. We've done projects for big companies, non-profits, small startups, and everything in between. Below you'll find some of our favorites.
Mod is an ambitious coworking space with locations in Phoenix and San Francisco, with big plans to expand (recently featured in Bloomberg Technology). Via back-facing apps built by loop/recur, the staff manages tasks, communicates with guests and offers above-average service and incredible food. Then, with apps for iPhone and Apple Watch, guests can place orders, make reservations, chat with staff, and keylessly enter the Mod locations.
While Planned Parenthood's approach to sex-ed, Get Real, is thoroughly modern, their previous method of delivering content involved a lot of xerox copies. They contacted loop/recur create 21st-century tools for teenagers, their parents/guardians, educators, as well as researchers at Wellesley Centers for Women who are monitoring the program and its results to prove its effectiveness. loop/recur built the front-facing totally responsive site for parents and teens, as well as comprehensive back-end reports to monitor the program.
For market-research giant, Ipsos, loop/ recur built a sophisticated tool allowing IPSOS's researchers, their marketing clients, and 3rd-party marketing teams to share and iterate on insights related to how brands are perceived in the market. This project was wildly successful and is in use by companies like Unilever, L'oréal, GSK VW, P&G, Absolut, and Bayer. Check it out at insight-cloud.com.
RGreenways is the outdoor guide that's miles ahead of traditional trail maps. Navigate the many public greenways available in the greater Raleigh-Durham area with ease! Combining data from multiple towns, RGreenways puts the entire system at your fingertips. Parking, water, and restroom locations can be added to the maps to make your greenway experience even better. Check it out at http://rgreenways.com
Denso, a $40 billion automotive parts company brought on loop/recur to design and develop a prototype in-dashboard car app. This prototype led to Denso's team getting a round of funding of over $2 million dollars to continue it's efforts. Here, you see a demo of how loop/recur's dashboard tablet design could interact with Denso's engine-status computer.
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