Prepare your school for the future with digital education

Training bright new minds is perhaps more important today than ever. In an era of great challenges, education requires digital solutions to inspire and empower those who will build a better tomorrow.

Our mission is to help organisations on this journey by creating best-in-class digital edtech products

Companies we had the pleasure to work with

The benefits and opportunities of
digital transformation in education

For students

From a student perspective, online learning is above all cheaper and more flexible.

With the right edtech, students can learn what they want and how they want, and attend classes that would otherwise be out of reach.

Many university-aged people must take up work, which in the past would have meant sacrificing further education. Online learning lets them do both. As well as saving time and money, they can be kinder to the environment by minimising daily travel or avoiding moving to a different city.

Personalised digital profiles help students and their parents choose an individual teaching profile, while digital communication tools allow for productive student-teacher relations. What’s more, students can select their own learning path and content, which empowers them to focus on their strengths and interests. At the same time, self-assessments, video tutoring sessions and performance updates help students better understand how they are doing, which in turn leads to a heightened sense of control and satisfaction.

For organizations

Pioneering edtech opens new possibilities in communication with school, parents and students, allows for more effective school management and improves student safety.

More and more people use their desktops and mobile devices not only to play but also to work and learn. Young people want to use technology to enhance their experiences and make their lives easier. That’s why it’s essential for schools and universities to go digital – and to do so smartly, in keeping with students’ needs.

With e-learning, educational institutions can attract new students from around the world, while offering them the unprecedented chance to work with international peers. Plus, teachers are able to transfer knowledge more quickly and engagingly, as online learning is free from the physical restrictions that disrupt face-to-face teaching, such as issues with travel to and from university and a lack of communication between students and faculty.

Flexible tech that is ready for your project

Custom Web Application

Put your idea for a better school into action. Build fast and robust applications that scale easily. We'll guide you through this process.


Create amazing user experiences for your students with engaging content and manage it all with a convenient CMS.

Drupal Gutenberg

We are proud creators of a CMS that empowers content creators in the education industry.

Mobile communication
and e-learning apps

Connect students, teachers and parents to build a better education environment in your organisation.

Where digital education shines?

Schools and pre-schools

Digital transformation in schools allows for better communication between students, parents and schools, and opens up new learning opportunities.

Thanks to edtech, parents have a greater understanding of what’s going on at school. They know what and how their child learns without leaving home.

Digital solutions can also better take into account children’s attention spans. With short sessions, educational games are tailored to how children actually focus and learn, rather than forcing them to sit in a classroom for 45 minutes.

The multicultural environment emphasised by educational applications lets children interact with culturally diverse people from a young age, which positively affects their social development and prepares them for a globalised world.


In addition to all the benefits e-learning brings to students, listed above, it also provides an opportunity for universities to overhaul their business model, making them more resilient to current challenges and ready to thrive into the future.

For a start, with the coronavirus situation preventing students from attending classes, universities are seeing a drop in income, especially from international students who are no longer able to travel. Offering a world-class online education experience dissolves those geographic barriers and opens the doors to more potential students than ever before – allowing unprecedented opportunities to scale.

What’s more, a robust e-learning offering boosts universities’ eco credentials, by drastically cutting down on the amount of energy required to deliver courses. According to the UK’s Open University, online courses reduce energy requirements by an average of 90 percent and produce 85 percent fewer CO2 emissions per student. Plus, telecommuting reduces air pollution and road traffic, while digitisation minimises paper usage.

At the same time, digitisation makes it possible to manage the university, staff and students more efficiently, in turn creating a next-level learning environment for students from around the world.


We increasingly stay at home and work remotely. It’s quickly become apparent that we should also be able to learn online.

No wonder demand for remote learning is at an all-time high.

Many professionals are looking for courses that are not available in the places they live. For them, remote learning is a unique proposition that saves both time and money.


Edtech startups need to do their homework and understand the user journey for teachers, parents and students alike, in order to respond to specific challenges and meet their needs.

Startups need to know exactly who their target group is and how their product will impact them. That’s why it’s essential to define goals and set meaningful measurements that allow the business to scale.

The process of digitizing education is ongoing. Teachers need professional learning support and digital tools, which right now are often unintuitive, low in content and not well-adapted to the way teachers, schools, students and parents actually work.

Education calls for digital innovation. We’re here to help edu-startups bring it to schools.

Digital development in education
– case studies:

Better communication and decision-making for better schools

Inspired by the challenges of communicating with other parents at his children’s school, the founder of enlisted our design and engineering help to launch a platform for parents and teachers to better organise school activities.

We also built an intuitive mobile app so that kids can send a quick “emoji” to let their parents know how they’re doing.

The students and staff at Haugetun High School have never been so organized

Haugetun High School in Norway wanted to help faculty and students  organise their academic life on campus.

Working together, we designed and launched a PWA mobile app to enable swift communication, including event registration, staff messaging, faculty absence info, a canteen menu and many more useful features to ensure everyone is well-informed and where they need to be.

Learning and teaching numbers is fun with TenTown from the UK

TenTown is an educational platform used by schools in myriad  countries to educate kids about numbers using vibrant characters and stimulating games.

To support the founder’s goal of shifting from legacy software to a new e-commerce platform, we built a brand new version, using modern tech to greatly improve the  back-office management and deliver an educational web platform ready for smart growth.

Streamlined communication at the Canadian College in Qatar

The Canadian College of the North Atlantic in Doha fosters world-class education by exchanging faculty between two remote countries and cultures.

Their goal was to facilitate effortless communication for both staff and students, and to streamline the exchange administration.

Our UX designers worked onsite, running user research, Design Thinking workshops and collaborative prototyping and testing sessions to design and launch a successful intranet solution.

A novel approach to teaching through current affairs

Munin Buzz is a weekly web news magazine for Norwegian teenagers. Their aim is to help teach children subjects like politics, culture and economics based on the current news.
To support Munin Buzz in their modern teaching initiative, we created a web tool that allows teachers to easily plan topics for weeks ahead and schedule the curriculum for their students.

60% more users on mobile devices for Volda University College

Volda University College offers one of the most prestigious journalism programmes in Norway.

To help them grow further by boosting website visits and conversion rates, we developed a multichannel digital platform focusing on smooth performance, deep analytical insights and KPI improvements.

Our mobile-first approach and user-centered design resulted in a 60 percent increase in mobile traffic and a 15 percent reduction in the bounce rate.

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