Really Quite Something is a digital products studio with a passion for technology and a keen eye for a good idea. We like to collaborate with like-minded people to create new things. We work across most sectors, but we particularly like working with socially progressive organisations.
We like new ideas and new challenges, so you might be surprised to find out how excited we are about your project. In scoping out your project, we will explore the possibilities for engaging with your audiences. The aim is always to bring your content to life, and to create opportunities for communication and transaction. Technology is a great tool for doing this, and we have some fantastic technology.
As a collaborative agency, we are very happy to work with other agencies and in-house teams. We like working with others. We always learn something, and that’s important to us.
We build beautiful responsive opensource websites that allow your users to engage with your content and achieve their objectives. Our sites are optimised for mobile, to deliver a seamless, modern user experience.
Our sites are built on Drupal, in our opinion the best choice for a scalable, portable website, with a content management system that can be tailored to your specific requirements. Whether it's a bespoke ecommerce site for your business venture, or you want your website to integrate with your CRM of choice, Drupal can do it all.
We build elegant, intuitive apps that give your users an enjoyable experience, accessing your content and interacting with you. By using hybrid development platforms, we can develop iOS and Android apps concurrently, minimising your costs.
We favour the open source Ionic framework for building fast, smooth apps. Bringing the power of Angular.js together with Cordova, Ionic has taken the mobile development market by storm, and we’ve been there since the beginning. We pair Ionic with Drupal or Firebase as our backend, depending on the solution required.
We were commissioned to create a new website for OnBlackheath - an annual, family friendly, music and food festival in partnership with John Lewis and hosted, funnily enough, on Blackheath common. The responsive website was used to announce the 2017 lineup and features artist profiles, Spotify playlists, an image gallery, general festival information and is the primary gateway for ticket sales.See it live
tunepropeller is our responsive website and mobile app creation platform, specifically tailored to meet the needs of music artists and festivals. Recent launches include: Tom Williams website/app - featuring private blog, gig checkins, playlists with liner notes plus lockable content, and an app for Tunbridge Wells music & arts festival UNFEST - featuring artist profiles, listings, My Itinerary and the pilot of our very own Geojuking technology allowing users to check in at venues to discover music and special offers exclusive to their location.See it live
An inuitive and elegant travel journal for iOS which inspires the user to record their travelling memories. The app syncs all of its data with a Drupal website and uses Geolocation, Google maps/places, Camera and photo library integration to create a rich and rewarding experience for the user.See it live
Dokimi - the word of mouth network, is a site that identifies and connects individuals in the arts and entertainment industry through professional recommendations. Its mission is to disrupt the conventional methods of identifying talent and shift the definition of credibility in order to open up access to careers in the arts. We have been involved with this venture since its Kickstarter campaign inception and continue to work closely with its founder to develop the platform.See it live