Posts tagged with term Mobile 2.0

Golf GameBook powered live scoring at the United States Collegiate Championship

Putting on USCC

The United States Collegiate Championship (USCC), hosted by Georgia Tech, annually brings 15 of the top college teams of the United States to The Golf Club of Georgia for a three-day, 54-hole tournament that has been called "the Masters of college golf." Our client, Golf GameBook presented a new revolutionary live scoring system for the tournament this year. 

Creating a business-driven, responsive Drupal site - new front page
As you’ve probably you noticed we launched our new web site few weeks ago. The project involved creation of a new concept, complete responsive redesign, and implementation on Drupal open-source content management system – the best tool on the planet for this purpose. Responsive design means you can now use the site with mobile, tablet and laptop/desktop browsers and it adapts automatically to your screen size. The project had various interesting aspects related to the concept, design, content, and not least to the technology behind the site, so we decided to post a series of articles to help you plan and execute similar projects. This first post talks about the web site creation process as a whole.

Metro International expands Scoopshot to all their markets

Our client Scoopshot has struck a deal with Metro International, the world's largest newspaper. After positive results on the first markets, Sweden and Denmark, Metro is now expanding the coverage worldwide. Congratulations to the staff of Scoopshot. Excellent work! Read more at

Mobile apps and sites seminar held

Once again, we had an excellent seminar about designing and developing mobile applications and sites. The seminar featured Marko Luhtala, CEO of NearMe Services, and Kai Friman, COO of Eazybreak. Also Exove and Exove Design people had presentations, Aki-Ville Pöykiö, Juha Jauhiainen, and Kalle Varisvirta discussed about reasons for mobile development, design trends and platforms, respectively.

The programme of the seminar can be found on the seminar page (in Finnish only).

A few images from the seminar: