Mediclinic showcases their support for local and international health awareness initiatives by creating a number of innovative Health Awareness Campaigns to engage with their patients and the public.
September marked Heart and Stroke Awareness Month.
Based on the insight that people regard sport or gym as the only form of exercise, the Jupiter Drawing Room (Cape Town) developed a campaign that communicated the many opportunities for physical activity in our daily lives.… Continue Reading
Markham works with magazines to get their product into product pages where they can be viewed by potential customers. While the concept seems simple, the logistics behind making this happen are quite complex, and so to streamline the process we were asked to build what is called the Markham Fashion Portal.… Continue Reading
Following the success we achieved on the Sterns website, which has seen incredible growth over the last year, TFG asked us to do the same again for Mat & May. The previous Mat & May website was static, unengaging and non-responsive and they felt it was time to give their digital presence a bit of a boost.… Continue Reading
Meet Hennie Homann, one of our talented Back-End Developers. Hennie specializes in building complex web applications and intelligent SMS lines. He is one of the longest running Techsys employees, with an impressive 9 years under his belt.
What was the last picture you took with your phone?… Continue Reading
In 2012 Namibia Breweries needed to automate their sales team and begin digitising some of their manual paper based systems. Our solution was to equip the team with Android Tablets running a bespoke application that could be used to capture data, as well as a web based management and reporting companion system.… Continue Reading
Earlier this year, Sterns unveiled their brand new, fully responsive website that Techsys Digital had spent the better part of 5 months building. It was a proud moment for both client and agency when the site finally went live and we watched the website’s analytics with interest as customers began to explore what we’d created.… Continue Reading
Earlier in January, Microsoft launched a new platform based on the upcoming Windows 10 Operating System called HoloLens.
What is it and why is it so awesome and what is it’s potential use for the industry at large?
HoloLens itself falls into the category of “wearable computing” – it is basically a computer you wear on your head made up from most of the components you typically find in your desktop or smartphone (memory for storage, CPU, GPU, networking interfaces etc.).… Continue Reading
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.… Continue Reading
With a bit of luck, the dusky sunset of Microsoft’s infamous Internet Explorer 8 may be in sight for everyone, especially developers. Released way back in 2009, it’s certainly one of our biggest blights to try and develop for these days, mainly due to clients requesting fantastic looking sites / web apps in line with today’s trends which need to cater for IE8, despite its overwhelming inability to support all the new fancy stuff (included CSS3).… Continue Reading
Most people will agree that the Windows 8 and 8.1 operating system was probably among one of Microsoft’s most divisive versions ever. Melding together a traditional “desktop” user experience (most of us are familiar with going all the way back to Windows 95 and more recently until the incredibly popular Windows 7) with a “mobile” experience Microsoft refers to as “Modern UI” (commonly known as “Metro”).… Continue Reading
If ‘selfie’ was the buzzword for 2014, WeChat seems to be 2015’s IT word. With more than 468 million worldwide users and user adoption rates in excess of 370% during 2013, it seems change is in the air in terms of how we communicate on our mobile phones.… Continue Reading