Digitallabs@MMU is here to help bridge the gap between the university and business. We combine the traditional university aims of experimentation, knowledge sharing and discovery with the delivery of practical working business solutions.
Based in the School of Computing, Mathematics, and Digital Technology at Manchester Metropolitan University we are in the fortunate position of having access to the expertise and services of one of the largest Universities in the UK.
Our recent projects include;
- A multi platform game to promote Recycling around Manchester for the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority.
- Manchester Time Machine a GPS enabled app that gives iPhone and iPad users access to rare archive film of Manchester.
- Myke a social networking website to help businesses innovate and grow through connecting with experts and sharing valuable resources and services.
- Smart Flood protection website a website providing free, impartial guidance to help you take steps toward installing the correct flood protection and flood resilience measures.
Experienced in iOS and Android mobile app and game development and web applications we can implement your ideas. Need regular content updates? No problem, we can add a web based content system to put you in control of what appears in your app.
Please contact us if you have any questions or with to discuss working with us.
Throughout the year we offer a number of Internships, these are intended to provide a step into the workplace. Interns get to work on real projects with commercial clients while being guided by experienced developers with commercial experience. Being a University, opportunities pop up covering a wide range of technologies and areas, recent projects have included iOS, android, Wordpress, Drupal, Watches, programmable curtains and robots.
If you are a graduating MMU student interested in joining us as an intern contact us with the subject 'Intern' with an up to date CV.
Follow @digitalLabsMMU on twitter for the project updates, tutorials and recruitment news.