We have worked on many consumer and professional software projects for mobile and desktop.
Here are a few of our favorite projects:
V for Wiki · A Nice Reader for Wikipedia
V for Wiki puts the knowledge of Wikipedia at your fingertips—not only on iPhone and iPad, but also on your wrist.
With great fonts, ideal legibility, and friendly colors, exploring the app feels like a modern version of browsing in a vintage encyclopedia.
Das Referenz was our first Wikipedia app for iPad. Encyclopedias have always reflected culture and style: Das Referenz strives to build on this heritage. With an eye for detail, Das Referenz puts Wikipedia’s vast stores of knowledge into a sleek package of clear layouts, world-class typography, and playful interactions.
OECD Better Life Index
The OECD Better Life Index shows a variety of key factors that contribute to well-being in the OECD member countries. It goes well beyond measuring traditional criteria like the GDP. Instead, the Better Life Index lets the users prioritize what matters to them and creates a very personal, subjective ranking of the specific qualities of every country.
Partly Cloudy is our award-winning infoviz weather app. The unique clock weather visualization shows a forecast that is both minimalist and dense. It shows a lot of data, making for a high information resolution per square centimeter.
Partly Cloudy has been featured by Apple on the App Store, and received critical acclaim from many blogs, newspapers, and other media outlets.
OECD Data Portal
The OECD’s website is the go-to resource whenever policy makers, scientists, educators, and students look for trustworthy statistics on the state of a society.
With the new OECD Data Portal, designed by Raureif and Moritz Stefaner, this information is now easily accessible and beautifully presented, so that as many people as possible can understand and use the enormous quantity of available datasets.
Weather Radials Poster
The 2013 Weather Radials poster tells the whole story of the four seasons on a global scale—it illustrates what it means (weather-wise) to live in Reykjavik, Los Angeles, or Seoul. Each Weather Radial visualizes the specifics of a city’s climate as well as the weather of each day—all in one single iconic visualization.
GED Viz illustrates the streams of money, goods, and resources between countries in a very visual, very precise, very rich, very interactive way. The built-in slideshow-creation and web-embedding features make it a powerful tool for everyone from students to policy makers.
yetu’s vision is to make the connected home real—with an open-source, open-minded home gateway that connects services, entertainment electronics, and home appliances.
We have helped yetu from the very beginning: developing concepts and prototyping various stages of the user interface. We just wanted to see it happen.
And it has happened: yetu is real and has recently started a partnership with Deutsche Telekom.
EcoChallenge is our award-winning app that encourages a more sustainable lifestyle in all areas of everyday life. Commissioned by Potsdam University of Applied Science and the State of Brandenburg, EcoChallenge was created as a research project asking whether behavioral change can be initiated by a playful smartphone app. Yes, it can.