Openspace is here to make your app search and discovery social.  We’re excited to be working with local Boulder start up Openspace on a 2.0 version of their interface.  This will be big.  Looking forward to sharing more! 

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

We’ve been busy so far this year working with TDA_Boulder on a bunch of their mobile initiatives.  The most recent project is a mobile web experience activated from a QR scan for FirstBank and Copper Mtn.  After a QR scan from a FirstBank ad the user would be directed to a full snow report for the mountain. 

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

FirstBank Copper Mountain Snow Report by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

Rage Digital and TDA_Boulder have teamed up to produce the FirstBank Paper Bag App!  A series of scannable QR code ads directed users to download either the iPhone or Android version of the app.  You then blow into the microphone of the device to actually blow up the paper bag.  Once inflated tap to pop! 

The user would then be offered a link to view Stress-Free Mortgage rates.  The end result was an awesome app that also was a fun way to promote FirstBank mortgages. 

iTunes Link: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/firstbank-paper-bag-app/id502636171?mt=8

Android Link: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.ragedigital.fbpaperbag

FirstBank Paper Bag App by TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

Check out this awesome recap video of the Holiday Party Sobriety Test App!  

Holiday Party Sobriety Test App - TDA_Boulder + Rage Digital

We’re excited to share that our Creative Director Andrew Kimmell had the opportunity to weigh in on a Computer Arts article on Digital Design!  Big thank you to Nick Carson for reaching out and including several large images of our projects. 

See the article below!

Computer Arts Issue #191: Digital Design - Andrew Kimmell of Rage Digital 

Computer Arts Issue #191: Digital Design - Andrew Kimmell of Rage Digital 

Computer Arts Issue #191: Digital Design - Andrew Kimmell of Rage Digital 

Computer Arts Issue #191: Digital Design - Andrew Kimmell of Rage Digital 

Computer Arts Issue #191: Digital Design - Andrew Kimmell of Rage Digital 

With the recent developments of Google+ being more tightly integrated into their search strategy we’ve offically caved in and created a Google+ page.  Follow us for mobile inspiration, products and updates on all of our projects!

https://plus.google.com/116006729360970977226

The Rage Digital App Loader™ is another new Rage client tool we’re excited to share in 2012.  No more annoying cords and syncing multiple files manually with iTunes.  Our client portal for On The Fly app testing and distribution enables easy one click app installation for fast prototyping and iterations during the development process.   

 Rage Digital App Loader™ - Client Portal for On The Fly App Testing and Distribution

Rage Digital App Loader™ - Client Portal for On The Fly App Testing and Distribution

Rage Digital App Loader™ - Client Portal for On The Fly App Testing and Distribution

Rage Digital App Manager™ - Web-based App Content Management Tool - © Rage Digital

It’s a New Year and we’re excited to roll out our new, client-facing, content management tools!  The Rage Digital App Manager™ will allow any of our custom apps to be managed and updated from an easy-to-use, web based, content management system.  The modular design enables our customers to manage or edit data in any of our iOS or Android features, instantly and easily from a web browser. 

See below for a sneak peek of the interface… 

Rage Digital App Manager™ - Web-based App Content Management Tool - © Rage Digital

Rage Digital App Manager™ - Web-based App Content Management Tool - © Rage Digital

Rage Digital App Manager™ - Web-based App Content Management Tool - © Rage Digital

New York Times Tech Talk Coverage

Rage Digital and TDA_Boulder teamed up to develop the Webroot Holiday Party Sobriety Test App for iOS and Android devices.

This app was specifically designed to prevent the loss of clothing, dignity, job, marriage or friends. While you are free to ignore its advice it will test your coordination, comprehension or lack there of and attempt to guide you away from an early or embarrassing end to your evening. It’s just another way Webroot protects you from all possible threats, even yourself.

 www.webroot.com/sobrietytest

BOULDER, Colo., Dec. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Just in time for holiday parties and those rollicking New Year’s Eve celebrations, advertising and design agency TDA Boulder has teamed with Internet security company Webroot to take the company’s tongue-in-cheek “bad idea protector” mobile. In a fresh take on the Social Media Sobriety Test, the marketing campaign features mobile apps and a holiday-themed website designed to make you think twice before tweeting, posting or following through on any poor decision you might make after a little too much holiday cheer.  New this year, the mobile Holiday Party Sobriety Test apps take people through a number of coordination and cognition tests on their smartphones or tabs (compatible with iOS 5 and Android devices).  If your scores are low, the app will advise you to think twice before your next move and serve you up search results for a nearby cab company based on your phone’s geo-location capabilities.  The apps are available for free download now at www.webroot.com/sobrietytest.

(Photo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20111213/LA21622)

Revelers that are still tempted to post that tacky photo can turn to The Webroot Social Media Sobriety Test.  Introduced last year, it is a browser plug-in that helps prevent “under-the-influence” posting on sites including Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube and Tumblr, as well as custom URLs (like blogs) and/or web-based email accounts such as Gmail or Hotmail.  Users can customize which sites they wish to block and at which hours of the day or night are the most personally vulnerable.  For access to their social media, users must pass one of a variety of randomly selected sobriety tests such as “drag your mouse in a straight line,” “type the alphabet backwards,” or “follow the finger.”  Browser compatibility includes Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari.

"We’re working with Webroot to offer this as a humorous reminder to anyone who’s likely to enjoy beer, wine or spirits this holiday season but wants to avoid the over-sharing that can occur when he’s had one too many," says Jonathan Schoenberg, Creative Director at TDA_Boulder, commenting about the Sobriety Tests.  "It’s a whole new world with Androids, iPhones, Facebook and Twitter, as many have learned to their peril.  The consequences of a stupid tweet or an ill-advised photo can be instantaneously spread around the globe. It’s our hope the Sobriety Tests will come to the aid of all who are in need of its protection.  Because we know nothing good happens online after 1 am."

For more information, interested consumers can visit www.webroot.com/sobrietytest.  Remember, the stupidity you avoid this holiday season could be your own.  Available now for Android and iPhones devices.

Webroot is a trademark or registered trademark of Webroot Software, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.

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