New-look Airport App Experience
Speedwell has been working with Brisbane Airport Corporation since 2013 when we developed the very first Brisbane Airport iPhone app. Since then, we have continued to deliver various digital solutions – expanding the app into the Android platform, implementing updates on the iPhone platform and integrating the Apple Watch.
In conjunction with the Online Brand Management team, the latest release of the iPhone and Android versions of the Brisbane Airport app features:
Improving Business Processes
Prowler Proof partners with a network of over 150 dealers across Australia who sell and install their extensive range of security door and window screens.
To further streamline their processes, Prowler Proof identified that dealers needed faster, more direct access to the manufacturing status of individual orders without having to phone the sales team when they received customer enquiries while out of their office. This information would also allow the dealers to provide superior service to customers via regular, up-to-date feedback about the exact status of their orders and the installation timeframes.
The last couple of months have been abuzz with talk about a critical vulnerability found in Google’s Android OS. Since then Google has developed two patches to fix the problem. If you own a recent Google Nexus device, it is likely that you have received an update to patch up this vulnerability. Similarly, if you own a brand-name Android phone, you may also be protected. So what is the state of play now regarding Stagefright? Let’s start from the beginning…
We’re excited to announce that the iPhone app we designed and developed for Brisbane Airport has won the Interactive Media Awards ‘Best in Class’ Award in the category ‘Airline’. The app went through a comprehensive judging process, being rated on planning, execution and overall professionalism, and received the excellent score of 482 out of 500. The ‘Best in Class’ award represents the highest honour bestowed by the IMA.
As Microsoft has officially confirmed the release of Windows 10 for July 29, let’s take a closer look on the new features. We can’t mention them all, but there are several aesthetics and functional changes that are definitely worth watching out for.
Last week Apple announced iOS 9, the next version of their operating system on mobile. This release is set to make the platform smarter and more powerful, with upgrades to built-in apps and Siri, improvements to performance, and new features that are looking to create a better experience and change the way we interact with our devices. Below are many of the changes we can expect to see with this upgrade.
With the recent Spring Forward Apple event on 9th March and the subsequent media exposure of the upcoming Apple Watch, we now have a much better idea of what developers are doing with watch apps. It’s apparent that several apps make the most of the ease to which a user can access information through the watch and many have customised that information based on the time or location of the user. Some apps use the Watch as a brief window into the full functionality of their iPhone counterpart while others complement the iPhone app to provide a different way of doing things.
Imagine it’s 2007, the 29th June to be specific: Boris Yeltsin has died, Madeleine McCann recently disappeared, Nicolas Sarkozy has become the 23rd President of France, smoking is banned from United Kingdom’s public places, Venus Williams and Roger Federer win Wimbledon, the first episode of “Mad Men” has debuted and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the final book in the bestselling Harry Potter series is in the stores.
Capturing a screenshot on your mobile device is a good way to share what you see on your screen with others. Get something ready on your device screen that you want to capture, and then follow these instructions for either your iPhone or Android device.