We built our Binder App, in-house, and it’s been recognised at the Mobile Awards. Find out what all the fuss is about!
September 30th, 2013
We are honoured, and very excited, to announce that our Binder App has been selected as a Finalist in the 2013 Australian Mobile Awards! We would love your vote, so if you have one moment, please rate our entry.
Maybe you haven’t downloaded Binder yet? It’s a portable, digitised architecture and design library – personalised as you like, and completely free to download. Head over here to find out more and get an idea for the scope of the project, the features that caught the judges attention at The Mobile Awards.
Binder is so versatile – it has different uses if you’re a brand or manufacturer, an architect/interior designer/specifier, or simply a lover of architecture and design.
This is why we’ve been selected as a Finalist in the 2013 Australian Mobile Awards. Help us by rating our entry and if you haven’t already, download Binder from the iTunes store. It’s free!
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