App of the month - iLottery and Sports23 October 2018 | Jack
Our design team often review mobile apps to stay on top of the latest design and UX trends to learn about what’s currently popular. This month, we’re focusing on iLottery and sports apps.
Degree 53 uncorks a new wine tasting app for the Wine & Spirit Education Trust01 November 2017 | Andy
We have recently developed a new mobile app for the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET). The app allows enthusiasts and professionals to hone their wine tasting skills in line with the WSET standardised qualifications.
Degree 53 help Sykes Cottages connect with their customers with a new travel companion app25 September 2017 | Andy
We've recently created a new mobile app for Sykes Cottages, which offers a personalised post-booking experience to help customers make the most of their stay.
Degree 53 breaks into the online dating market with new app - Yaggle09 May 2017 | Andy
Recently, we've created a brand new dating app - Yaggle. Yaggle takes on an innovative approach to forming relationships online. The app aims to bring people together by offering to answer questions anonymously before revealing the user’s identity.
The rise of mobile gaming15 March 2017 | Jenny
Mobile gaming has now surpassed consoles and PC with the highest consumer spend and continues to grow. There are many aspects of mobile gaming that make it so accessible and lucrative. So what can we learn about its success?
CardOneBanking Banks on Degree 5326 October 2016 | Andy
Manchester-based digital agency Degree 53 has developed and launched mobile banking apps for CardOneBanking.
5 UX elements every mobile banking app needs14 October 2016 | Rich
Have you ever been so frustrated with your mobile banking app that you almost switched to another bank? We feel your pain. It seems that most of our banks are lagging behind and can’t keep up with the latest technology.
How a mobile app can increase your customer engagement14 July 2016 | Jenny
Mobile apps have become one of the quickest and most interactive streams of revenue for many companies. This success inspires business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to look to create their own. But what could your app actually do?
Apple introduces subscriptions and ads to the App Store – what does it mean to developers?09 June 2016 | Andy
Apple is creating media attention around its annual developers conference, WWDC, which starts next week. Today, the tech giant announced its plans to introduce subscription services and ads to the App Store.1 This will change the way we monetise
How long does it take for your app to be reviewed?07 June 2016 | Andy
We've built over 60 apps, and one of the key challenges after the design and build can be getting them uploaded to the app stores. Apple and Google have set app review processes and the time it takes to get their feedback often varies. Recently, we
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