October 24, 2016
We worked with The Smithsonian to develop a cross-platform mobile application for the National Museum of African American History and Culture. This story-driven mobile application presents five different experiences for patrons at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and for those enjoying NMAAHC from far away. With each experience, you can browse and select an exhibition or story of interest. The stories were developed by the exhibition curators and include images, audio/text transcripts, and video clips. In addition to the stories, this mobile app includes maps, directions and museum hours, cafe information, gift shop hours, special activities and video content.
October 24, 2016
We worked with Lockheed Martin, on behalf of The National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, to develop a mobile application for Houses of Worship that help users create a security/disaster preparation plan. We developed a cross-platform application, for both Android and iOS devices, that was optimized for tablet use. Our seamless solution gives users the ability to add/change content and questions, email, and archive reports. The solution also utilizes geo-location/maps data to add location information.
May 11, 2016
NAACP Image Awards
We updated the Image Awards' existing online nomination system, official Image Awards website and mobile application. The nomination system allows agency staff to submit actors, musicians, etc, for a variety of nominee categories. Image Awards staff receive the submissions and groom the final list of nominees for the show. Additionally, we created an event website that allows the Image Awards to manage its RSVPs and guest list for the various events held during the Image Awards' weekend. Clearly Innovative redesigned the official NAACP Image Awards website. It aligns with the client's new branding and allows users to view the official nominees and winners. We developed a responsive layout so the site is mobile, tablet and desktop friendly. Lastly, we updated the mobile application. It is used by fans and supporters of the NAACP Image Awards. They can predict winners for each category and view exclusive red carpet media.
March 10, 2015
The NAACP Image Awards is the premier event celebrating works by, for, and relevant to people of color and individuals or groups who promote diversity in the arts and in 2015, we partnered with the NAACP for a 2nd year to build the official app for the 46th Annual Image Awards. Goal one was to provide users features from last years app like the ability to browse nominees, predict winners, view photos from previous Image Awards shows, and see real-time Image Awards updates on social media. Goal two was to give the user an even more interactive experience by adding features like an award show photo booth with fun Image Awards stickers and a leader board using overall user activity to show which users were the most active Image Awards fans.
February 19, 2015
Queens Public Library
The Queens Library App is a gateway to Queens Library’s services on your mobile device. Experience Queens Library like never before, anywhere you have a network connection. You can search our catalog, view account information, request books, search and register for events, find our locations or ask for assistance, and much more. In addition, users can join our vibrant online community. Our App is a great companion to Adobe Reader, Overdrive Media Console, the Kindle application, Acoustik application, Blio Reader, and axisReader so you can discover and enjoy new digital content for FREE as a Queens Library card holder.
January 19, 2015
National Military Family
MyMilitaryLife, a solution to help military spouses navigate the many adventures of military life. This app is the benchmark of a long-term vision laid out by a conceptual prototype that was demonstrated at the White House in November 2011. We continue to develop the client’s overall mobile strategy to reach more members of the military family network.
December 19, 2014
DC Health Link
DC Health Link is an on-line marketplace created for individuals, families, and small business owners in D.C. to shop, compare, and select health insurance that meets their health needs and budgets.
The mobile app is an on-the-go education resource about the health insurance enrollment process and allows users to use GPS to find health insurance brokers and DC Health Link Assisters for in-person help. The app also allows the user to find enrollment centers and events near them.
October 28, 2014
Mind DeTech Mind
Around the Way is an easy to use application that helps you find the nearest Black-owned businesses. The application uses the built-in GPS to find your location and plots the Black-owned businesses on the map around you.
October 28, 2014
Clearly Innovative developed a mobile application that uses gamification to encourage photo sharing and editing. Users are presented with different captions (for example, there are bees flying around you!) and then pose appropriately for that caption. The app is part game, part photo and part social.
October 28, 2014
Clearly Innovative was engaged by Spatial Reality to develop an application for sports fans to meet up and connect to watch their favorite teams – whether in your home town or on the road. The app offers the ability to create public or private groups for your favorite teams, join groups created by others, schedule events and share that information with members of your group. Rate your experience at a venue so others can see how much of a good time you had while you were there.
August 17, 2014
BigStuf is a ministry full of gifted people like our staff, speakers, artists, and youth workers, all of whom love to share their skills, talents, and faith to make a difference in the lives of students. We developed a cross-platform mobile solution and content management system that allows BigStuf to stay connected to their community and increase outreach.
The BigApp is a NEW way to experience BigStuf™ Camps in Panama City Beach and Daytona Beach, Florida! This robust mobile convergence point will allow the 15,000 students, leaders, and chaperones that visit us every summer, to: access schedules, look up FAQs, peruse the camp book, watch creative videos, share photos from camp, read speaker/musician bios—and among other fun things—participate all year long in the DoBigStuf Campaign to help kids and families in Kenya, Uganda and Haiti. You’ll be able to stay connected throughout the year by opting in to receive push notifications and text alerts.