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Case Studies

Skyhook
Travel & Hospitality

Skyhook

Skyhook was founded in 2003 to capitalize on the increasing demand for location-based services. The first location technologies, GPS and cell tower triangulation, were inadequate – leaving frustrated mobile consumers with slow and inaccurate positioning information. In response, Skyhook developed a software-only location system based on Wi-Fi positioning, GPS and cell tower triangulation. Specialists from QArea have been challenged with a series of projects for Boston-based Skyhook Wireless. This series of projects included Skyhook Wireless WPS, Location Logger, LocalFaves, Internal tests, and the big gun – MyLoki. We also needed to implement a website allowing users to register for Skyhook Javascript API key and promoting this technology to web developers/site owners. Skyhook Wire

OpenCancer Network
Healthcare

OpenCancer Network

Open Cancer Network is a mobile social network application that is available for different users such as patients, doctors, caregivers, friends and family, researchers. The application contains five sections: Timeline tab. This tab contains information about user activity or followed users activity like received badges, posts, shared posts and app news. Notifications view shows the activity of new comments, likes and follows. The user can find other users by name and articles, create a new post or share current ones, review the profile, follow/unfollow a user. In the details of the selected post, the user can read the full article, leave comments, open links, share posts to the social network like Twitter, Facebook, and email. Diary tab. This tab contains a list of questions for the curr

Knozen
Social Networks

Knozen

Knozen is a fun, interactive social network application designed for colleagues, friends and other people who are either related or wish to find out more about each other. Considering the purpose, Knozen was designed as a social game application. QArea was tasked to develop a fine, secure, user-centric application that needed to allow easy, user-friendly communication interfaces, vast functionality with social gamification capabilities and solid client-server architecture that explores and exploits social media potential. First of all Knozen’s architecture was planned with respect to future flawless integration with already popular social media solutions such as Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter to embrace full might of internet’s social aspects into reality with but one solution

RebelMouse
Social Networks

RebelMouse

The task was to develop a social media aggregator that allows to create user accounts, to connect different social media accounts and conveniently manage the information from them on one single platform. We were also to develop a fitting iOS app that was requited to allow creation of a dynamic feed of messages from social networks with a few touches. RebelMouse is an aggregator for social media that was launched by Huffington Post CTO Paul Berry. On the first look this platform looks like a digital newspaper that represents user’s social media events. Basic registration allows users to connect their accounts on Twitter and Facebook. The updates from the connected accounts are represented in the collage-styled information flow that shows user’s presence within social media. RebelMouse a

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