Architecting mobile communication
experiences that engage customers
and drive sales.
Greater Portland Inc. approached Storycode to create an app for their annual economic report about the region. Starting with only excel spreadsheets of economic data, Storycode focused on creating powerful data visualizations and pushing Adobe DPS to the limit. Each section is filled with scrolling frames, overlays, edge animations, and multimedia that makes it easy for users to comprehend a dizzying amount of facts and figures.Watch a sneak peak of the app
Nike approached Storycode to produce an interactive style and fit guide for their women’s athletic sports bras. The guide is displayed in stores and intended for use by customers shopping at select Nike retail locations. The app drives the user through the process of choosing the proper athletic apparel based on fit, intended activity and style and then offers multiple views of the products through videos and 360 degree interactive elements.Watch a sneak peak of the app
Storycode helped MOZO® Shoes relaunch their brand of culinary footwear with a mobile catalog tailor-made for their product sales reps. Focusing on their brand manifesto and a new line of shoes, Storycode produced a story-driven catalogue app that includes an original 30-second spot, 360 product spins, multimedia and product overlays.
The Stratford Festival in Ontario Canada celebrated their 60th season by tapping Storycode to create an app that chronicled their 2011 theatrical season. Starting with images, copy and video, Storycode created an intimate and immersive experience that invited users to dive deeply into different departments responsible for mounting their award-winning theatrical productions. Storycode worked closely with the Festival to create 360 spins of costumes and props and CAD fly-through animations of set designs. CBC TV called it the “Among the Best of the Year.”Watch a sneak peak of the app
Author of the award-winning and top selling app JFK: 50 Days, Les Krantz has been a long time collaborator with Storycode. With his book, Ali In Action, Storycode set out to create an innovative and immersive experience to memorialize “The Greatest.” Some outside-of-the-box thinking was required to adapt the content from a print predecessor to the iPad. Storycode parsed the words, images and video clips from the DVD and created a virtual Ali exhibit where every element on the “wall” was interactive. Storycode custom built a video scrubber with HTML5 that allows the user to replay Ali’s greatest knockouts.
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Rattapallax, which explores literature, poetry and multimedia art, continues to push to be on the forefront of art and technology with their first iPad app.The transition to digital publishing allows the ten year old print publication, with the help of Storycode, to present readers with increasingly rich multimedia experiences, while experimenting with the future of publishing for mobile devices.
After 36 years in print, the Wilson Quarterly made the leap with Storycode to create and distribute an all-digital publication for iPad, Android tablets and Kindle Fire. The WQ has long provided a unique window on the world of ideas for tens of thousands of intellectually curious readers. Color photography, videos and other features not possible in the printed edition has endeared a new generation of readers to the digital edition.
Toastmasters tasked Storycode with building an interactive and engrossing version of their successful print publication for tablet devices. With many members outside the United States, Toastmasters’ members could wait weeks to receive a print edition of their beloved magazine. Now all members are able to receive the latest issue immediately after it’s publication.Watch a sneak peak of the app