Do What You Love.
Veopix loves to help with solutions and especially at kickass Hackathons where we have 24-48 hours to creatively solve solutions visually. Luckily with our talent at the table along with some pretty badass developers and strategist we have won many Hacks. Why? Because we love what we do! And it shows.
Hackathons provide a venue for self-expression and creativity through technology. People with technical backgrounds come together, form teams around a problem or idea, and collaboratively code a unique solution from scratch — these generally take shape in the form of web platforms and mobile apps. Whether we are building a website, mobile app, or even hardware hack, the goal is to start from scratch and end with a working prototype.
Veopix teamed to Strategize and Design at each Hackathon within a 24-48 hour period. (Brand Strategy, Web splash page, Logo, Mobile App UI/UX Design).
Taunt- Fan Engagement Application
Taunt drives fan engagement by connecting users to the in-stadium experience. Fans can use their smartphones to find & connect with fellow team loyalists or face their rivals. Team specific games and merchandising opportunities allow them to show their spirit in an even bigger way.
Team Standing: Best Pitch, Best Teamwork, Best Technology Project
Atlanta Beltline App Strategy & Design
A health tracking application that promotes the use of Atlanta’s Beltline. It tracks the user’s walking, running, cycling activity and route on the BeltLine. Users can see who else has checked in at the trail, what activities they are doing; and how crowded the BeltLine is at any given time. While allowing the Beltline to capture data to further implement strategies for future User development and safety requirements.
Thanks to govathon.com, beltline.org and startupgeorgia.com for having an amazing Hackathon and allowing us to work in collaborative teams to produce amazing concepts & design within 24 hours. It was great team work.
Assassins NFC-based Android Gaming App
Assassins is a native, Android application that enables players to engage each other in a digital game of tag (last man standing) by scanning NDEF NFC Tags and NFC-enabled devices to eliminate their friends from the game. Each game consists of a ‘Hitlist’ of active players, silent and standard weapons (i.e. unicorn horn, brass knuckle gun knife) for assassin style points, and player career and game stats.
Assassins uses a technology stack consisting of RESTful web services to send game event data from each gaming device to a PaaS provider (Nodejitsu), which is received by a Node.js application. The Node.js application then triggers a Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) game update alert to all participating devices in the game.
“You must plan to be spontaneous.”
What we did.
● Content Strategy
● Campaign Strategy
● User Experience
● User Interface
● Print & Digital Promotion Graphics