Nymbol is able to offer customised solutions because we have a purpose-built Content Management Systems (CMS), built with the needs of the cultural and heritage sector in mind.
The CMS acts as a building block or foundation, which can handle any type of digital content such as images, documents, PDFs, video and audio. It aims to be as powerful as it is flexible, allowing items to be added, organised, stored, amended and published to multiple platforms through a simple and intuitive interface.
The front-end platforms chosen by our clients can then take any form, including mobile apps, interactive websites, touch table applications, Virtual and Augmented Reality.
We know how important it is for organisations to control and update their own content. The CMS is extremely user-friendly and can be managed and updated by staff in an organisation, so there is no need to come back to us for content updates.
In all, we aim to provide our clients with the highest-level of resource in a time-and cost-effective manner.
Nymbol design and build applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices using Objective C and Java, as well as web techniques.
We have vast experience when it comes to web; designing and developing websites and web applications to suit the organisations and collections we work with.
Large format and touch systems
We are proficient in designing and developing multi-platform experiences including large display screens, touch points and touch tables such as Microsoft Surface. We can advice on all the appropriate hardware needed to present the applications effectively.
As a team, we’re deeply interested in new and emerging technologies and will use them when relevant and possible. For example, we have worked with the Microsoft Kinect developer kit to create gesture-controlled interfaces; created virtual reality experiences using Oculus Rift and have developed 3D projection mapping visuals.