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Ionic Archives - Clearly Innovative | Web and Mobile Development

  • NMAAHC Mobile App
    • Date

       October 24, 2016

    • Client

       NMAAHC

    • Task

       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.

    • Category

       Android, Applications, Content Management System (CMS), Ionic, iOS

    • Website

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  • Maryland Mortgage Program
    • Date

       October 24, 2016

    • Client

       The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development

    • Task

       The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development came to us to with the goal of creating a mobile prototype of the Maryland Mortgage Program website. The main features of the project were to provide a list of approved mortgage lenders, allow for a one-click phone call to a branch of choice, and to allow the user to generate an “online inquiry.” Our solution also provides users with a basic mortgage calculator to determine mortgage payments on a home loan.

    • Category

       Ionic, iOS

  • Lockheed Martin’s How Safe Project
    • Date

       October 24, 2016

    • Client

       Lockheed Martin

    • Task

       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.

    • Category

       Android, Applications, Ionic, iOS

  • National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office
    • Date

       October 24, 2016

    • Client

       NMSHSCO

    • Task

       We worked closely with the National Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Collaboration Office to create a modern website that engages Migrant Farmworker Families across the United States. The solution was developed and designed to solve problems associated with finding childcare and healthcare information prior to traveling to new states. We used a map to display static locations, with the express purpose of helping Migrant Farmworker families find Head Start Centers and Community Healthcare Centers before traveling to new state. The website is multilingual and is available in both Spanish and English.

    • Category

       Ionic, Website

  • U.S. Black Chambers
    • Date

       May 11, 2016

    • Client

       U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.

    • Task

       Migrating the existing application to the Ionic framework and updating the graphical user interface design. The application offers users a Black business directory in the palm of their hands. Utilizing their smartphone's GPS technology, the app allows users to search through thousands of listings to locate the nearest Black-owned business. This product is built with a cross-platform framework and is available for iOS and Android devices.

    • Category

       Android, Ionic, iOS

    • Website

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  • LarsonO’Brien
    • Date

       July 27, 2015

    • Client

       LarsonO'Brien

    • Task

       We developed a web application that helps consumers narrow down grout colors by answering a series of questions, ultimately leading them to a mood board reflecting their style and personality. The generated mood board can be shared via social media or email. And if the user is interested, they can request consultation from a nearby major home improvement retailer location through our web app's search engine & consultation form.

    • Category

       Ionic, Keystone.js

    • Website

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