NHS Culture Change mobile app launched

Our latest mobile app for the NHS has been launched.  Commissioned by NHS Employers, the app has been created to enable effective culture change within the NHS.

The app is intended for NHS Organisational Development practitioners and will also be of interest to HR, service improvement, L&D professionals and anyone interested in improving organisational culture. The app complements the national ‘Do OD’ (Organisational Development) programme which aims to put OD theory into practice, helping people to connect, share, learn and grow.

NHS Culture Change mobile app

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Does your business need a mobile app?

Mobile apps are becoming more and more commonplace in today’s marketing mix, and with over one billion apps downloaded every month, they are a platform that should be considered by every business. But before jumping in feet first, you’ll need to figure out whether or not they are the right option for your business.

Does your business need a mobile app?

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How to create a successful mobile app

There are now over one million mobile apps that have been developed for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Windows phones, and with downloads now exceeding 1 billion a month, the power of mobile apps should not be ignored.  However, in order to successfully launch a mobile app for your brand, you need to have more than just a unique feature, you also need to have the right foundation and strategy in place.
We’ve put together a list of things that are sure to help you develop the right mobile app for your company.

Top Tips: Creating a Mobile App

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Mobile app for Oxjam Leicester launched

Last night we attended the official Oxjam Leicester launch event, which announced this year’s line-up and showcased the mobile app we created for the festival.

Oxjam mobile app

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iPhone heaven

At Cite HQ we don’t often get excited about new kit, but this week I must confess to feeling a bit tingly after playing around on my new iPhone. This platform is awesome – every details has been properly considered. Central to the browsing experience is Safari – a custom version of OS X’s default browser.

The user is able to use iPhone’s innovative ‘pinch and  twist’ features to effortless move around the site and of course more and more sites and blogs have iPhone specific style sheets to customise the experience in the first place.

Stay tuned, we say – more to come

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