Learning mathematics in a second language has been identified as a major barrier to understanding mathematical concepts and terms for South African learners.…Continue
Added by Niall McNulty on July 20, 2016 at 7:30 — No Comments
As covered in my last post, I recently visited the United States to go to a wedding and took the opportunity to meet a number of people involved in app development in the US market. I discussed the specific example of Akshay Sahani and his app NimNim in the last post as I believe it serves a good example to potential South African innovators of the potential of using apps to extend the reach of a traditional bricks and mortar business.
I want to…Continue
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:49 — No Comments
Before investing time and money in an app, make sure to do the research. An app needs to help people solve a problem in a more convenient way than using a traditional website.
2. Have a clear app promotion plan in place
Your app may not get downloads unless you promote it to its target audience. Word of mouth is great but you first need to expose your app to enough people so they can start…Continue
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:46 — No Comments
Happy to see one of our clients being interviewed by the Cape Argus newspaper for their success. Factory Shops SA is a mobile app developed by DreamWeave Digital in mid 2015. The app was launched in December 2015 and has gained an astonishing 11 500 downloads since launch. The app is growing at 1000 downloads per week currently.
This type of app is a directory app much like Yummy Deals. The success that Factory Shops SA is enjoying in the South African market is testament to the rise…Continue
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:45 — No Comments
We were recently contacted by an Events Management company based in Cape Town. They are currently putting together a national sales conference for a large FMCG concern. Mobile apps are quite incredible when used at a conference for a conference. The following are some of the huge benefits for a Conference or Event mobile app:
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:39 — No Comments
Currently in South Africa it is common for the average app development project to take between 6 months and 18 months. Some projects start and a year down the line when we follow up, we hear that the project has been abandoned by the client and so the developer too.
At DreamWeave Digital we are fortunate that our turnaround time for launching an app is at an average of less than 2 months. This means that when you engage with us on your project and we embark on the development that…Continue
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:34 — No Comments
I recently visited the United States to go to a wedding and took the opportunity to meet a number of people involved in app development in the US market. This was a very interesting exercise as the US market is certainly further down the road in terms of broader consumer use of apps and app integration into everyday life. I believe that this visit has given me a sense of what the future of the app market in South Africa will look like, should we follow a similar development path to the…Continue
Added by Jonathan Vass on May 9, 2016 at 14:30 — No Comments
The CBC Love the Journey campaign was crafted with you in mind; you in your favourite spot where you love to sit back, sip a beer and contemplate the world.
If you’re regularly going on a journey and taking your trusty beer with you on adventures, then the new mobile application from Cape Brewing…Continue
Added by Sarah Strauss on May 6, 2016 at 11:47 — No Comments
A mobile application can turn life’s essential tasks into convenient undertakings, and right across the world, they’re becoming all the more popular every day. By making life that little bit simpler, applications like Uber and Wumdrop help to improve our daily doings and move forward with purpose.
Image: Freelway Go Mobile Application, designed and developed by 4i Mobile
4i Mobile was recently…Continue
Added by 4i Mobile on April 22, 2016 at 11:13 — No Comments
Bringing the pages of a magazine to life is easier than ever before, thanks to the wonderful world of technology! That’s exactly what 4i Mobile was asked to do, when approached by Media24 to bring a new element to three of their signature print publications - You, Huisgenoot and Drum.
Interactive Solutions for Magazine Pages…
Added by Sarah Strauss on April 19, 2016 at 11:20 — No Comments
We want to help startups grow.
We're a young Cape Town based digital agency. We offer a wide variety of services from web design and application development to graphic design and online marketing.
We've found a nice niche in helping to get startups off the ground by offering affordable website development and minimum viable product webapps, apps that serve as proof of concepts.
We can help startups get off the ground by creating a digital presence with…Continue
Added by Felix Norton on March 11, 2016 at 12:06 — No Comments
'Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs'. This is an adage most startup entrepreneurs hold dear to their hearts. But the cost of, 'building your own dreams' in the technology sector is quite high and the rand's 2015 value depreciation did not do us any favours. In order to, 'build your dreams' you have to have the financial means to employ/outsource a competent developer, designer and marketer.
Added by Hooros on January 4, 2016 at 12:03 — No Comments
Businesses across Africa are starting to focus on the selection, development and retention of skilled employees in the light of increasing competition for skilled resources across the continent. Talent management technologies are not only automating the talent process but also driving talent management practices to support business operations. Talent management is becoming a competitive advantage which is enabled through new technologies available to…Continue
Added by Phil Lotter on October 28, 2015 at 11:52 — No Comments
SPAN is a software product development firm based out of San Francisco, with our development offices in the Old Castle Brewery Building in Woodstock, Cape Town.
We’ve created and evolved everything from iTunes-top-10 consumer mobile apps to Class-2 FDA-regulated cloud-based healthcare systems to the Shazaam mobile app; our key clients?
Apple, Beats, Walmart, Major League Baseball, HBO and Skullcandy.
We specialize in heavy…Continue
Added by Laila Kramer on October 20, 2015 at 10:58 — No Comments
CMO COUNCIL LAUNCHES GLOBAL INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM TO HELP UNICEF
CauseTech.Net Community to Crowdsource Ideas and Inspirations That Advance UNICEF’s Use of Social Impact Technology to Further its Mandate WorldwideContinue
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Added by Linda Jooste on April 24, 2015 at 13:05 — No Comments
Cape Town is seeking an evidence based, high impact and targeted workforce development solution for its residents to deliver effective demand driven human development and business placements. The proposed solution should enhance and not duplicate existing interventions.
The city is looking for solutions that address any or all of the following areas:
Added by Natalia Gozdur on April 14, 2015 at 11:30 — No Comments
It seems like everyone is an app developer these days. I was out for drinks with some university mates recently, and despite the fact that only one of us actually studied coding, all four of us were working on an app of some kind. I had a guy who studied business sitting on my left, a sound technician on my right and the only actual developer in our group sitting opposite me. In a very uncharacteristic drinking session, our talk didn’t venture near girls, sport or parties,…Continue
Added by Michael Moodie on April 13, 2015 at 9:30 — No Comments
There are several steps involved in getting a product from conception to sale.
A generated idea becomes a workable concept. A concept, once analysed from a business point of view is developed into a product. Finally, the developed product is commercialised for profit.
Generally speaking, each step of the aforesaid process involves a different skill set and a different procedure. New product development can be a daunting task in itself and those tasked with the development of…Continue
Added by Vasco de Oliveira Attorneys on March 24, 2015 at 9:00 — No Comments
Good day minister Zulu. First congratulations on your appointment on the new department.
This article has been in the writing even before it became known that the Department of Small Business Development would be. I’ve been chasing perfection with it, but I guess like entrepreneurship is about operating in ever ideal-less situations – it will never be perfect.
I hope there are many entrepreneurship activists like myself who are publicly raising their suggestions for…Continue