No Filter Needed mobile app designed and built by Gather

Written by Richard 26 July 2017

We’re really happy to announce our latest app just landed in the iTunes Store a week ago. Manchester based startup No Filter Needed provide salon quality experiences for women in the comfort

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apps, design, web

24 7 multi-time select - a UX challenge

Written by: Richard 09 February 2017

We recently came up against an interesting UX challenge here in the studio at Gather whilst working on a project that involves users being able to select multiple time slots across a 24 hour day 7 days a week.

apps, data, infographics, web

The 5 layers of digital content management

Written by: Richard 15 July 2016

Whether your focus is collecting, using or analysing information, its useful to understand where your current interests lay in the general flow of data used by the majority of businesses today...

apps, design, web

Why you should care about the .gov design principles

Written by: Richard 18 April 2016

In April 2014 the government launched its Digital by Default Service Standard. Its aim - to provide a standard for designing and building user focused services...

apps, design

The Noun Project

Written by: Richard 03 December 2015

The Noun Project has a simple mission, to “build and share the worlds visual language”. Containing over 150,000 entries, the icon library can reference just about any single thing or idea you can think of. Seriously, we found it hard to find a noun that didn’t return at least 1 result via the projects search. Cabbage, Llama and Guatemala all gave us usable icons…

apps, mobile, restaurants

Hi-life launches new app

Written by: Richard 27 April 2015

A new version of the Hi-life Diners Club mobile app created by Gather has just hit the Apple and Android app stores. We designed and developed the app following feedback from Hi-life customers.

Augmented reality, apps, gather

3D modelling work placement available

Written by: Richard 04 February 2014

Gather is currently working on an exciting educational project that involves taking existing 3D models and rendering them in a mobile app that makes use of Augmented Reality.

apps, design, mobile

Promoting the new Telegraph Subscriber App

Written by: Richard 01 June 2013

Here is a sample of design work we recently produced for The Telegraph in order to promote their new Subscriber smartphone app.