So Vegan creates exciting, fresh and healthy vegan recipes and shares them with the vegan and flexitarian community. They have built a large following on social since they started in 2016, with approximately 1.2 million followers on Facebook, 350,000 on Instagram, and 1.5 million followers across all social media platforms. We're working with them to create a new mobile app home for their recipes and instructional content including videos, images, interactive shopping & recipe cards as well as a great space for fans of So Vegan to hear about all the team updates.
VetPlus is a UK based manufacturer of nutraceuticals (nutritional supplements) for animals, they commissioned Arch to help them create a mobile application called PLASID, which designed to monitor behaviour in animals suffering symptoms of cognitive dysfunction and stress and encourage their owners to find and pair supplemental products with behavioural management strategies.
SDR Coin has engaged Arch to work with them on the upcoming launch of their new mobile responsive website. Targeted towards a broad range of users, the site will allow you to find out more about SDR, subscribe to future news, links to social accounts and to be able to purchase SDR (Special Drawing Rights Coins). The site will include rich, clean, seamless UI, with subtle touches of colour, and a backed built with modularisation and expansion in mind.
Family Lives appointed Arch to developed a website that coincides with the Family Lives strategy to better integrate their varying forms of communication that their audience use to engage with the charity and seek advice on a range of wellbeing factors.
RADARR came to Arch looking initially to explore proof of concept through our Kickstart programme, and following the success of these sessions, the decision was made to move the platform into full development. The RADARR platform seeks to ease the process of connecting medical professionals with their patient's radiology reports with an all-in-one solution that allows for the reduction of the time it takes to make a diagnosis on the basis of MRI scans and xrays.