sk|in is an online community that connects users with the people and products they love. The iOS and Android app features a personal inventory of products or 'shelf' which users can interact with to showcase their most used skincare products. As well as sophisticated social networking protocols that allow users to interact with other passionate members of the beauty community, follow influencers and share new products with their friends.
StudyBuddy is a new education platform in partnership with Sunderland University, Newcastle University and Northumbria that seeks to engage students further in a home learning environment. Covering all content types, on launch the iOS and Android apps will help 60,000+ students in the region engage with course content remotely.
The Flare Network is the world’s first Turing Complete Federated Byzantine Agreement Network, created by Flare, a company co-located in the North East of England. They approached Arch with a look to unify their online presence across their main showcase site and accompanying blog site, which is currently being approached with a strong emphasis on clean UI and an easy to use CMS for management by key stakeholders in the Flare Networks team.
Coming Soon: Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative
MANI is Nigeria’s largest youth-run and youth-focused mental health organisation with over 1500 volunteers. To progress their ability to assist Nigerian youth in seeking help for mental health issues, they engaged Arch to transform their online presence by delivering an intuitive new website.
Coming soon: Family Lives
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.