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Lloyds Banking Group – Data City
By Sam Watts | 08th February 2021

Challenge Data analytics make the world go round. With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day, there’s an abundance of information to be mined and valuable insights to be discovered  – if only we knew how to tap into it. In 2021, a report by the UK government found that half of businesses struggle […]

Lloyds Banking Group – Customers in Vulnerable Circumstances
By Sam Watts | 06th December 2020

The challenge At any given time, around 26 million people in the UK show signs of vulnerability which puts them at risk of financial harm. For bank workers on the frontline of customer services, it’s important to be able to spot the signs that mark customers out as potentially vulnerable. But more than that, bank […]

Legal & General – Retirement Planning
By Sam Watts | 24th November 2020

Internal employee immersive 360º video branching experience, to raise awareness of retirement planning options. Developed for Oculus Go, Oculus Quest and WebXR-enabled browsers and the L&G internal UNU mobile platform Full case study coming soon! Contact us now for more information  

Lloyds Banking Group – Introduction to Empathy
By Sam Watts | 09th September 2020

The challenge Efficiency and professionalism are essential for giving customers great service. But it’s just as important for customers to feel that they’ve been heard and understood. In its ambition to be the best bank for customers, Lloyds embarked on a project to channel empathy in colleagues, especially for those who work directly with customers […]

EDF Energy – HPC iMap
By mainadmin | 02nd January 2017

Challenge The HPC team at EDF Energy wanted to create a navigational aid for official partners and visitors to the construction site, initially to correlate real world markers to information about and around final intended development outcomes, then as part of a wider deployment within visitor centres Use Case An average construction site is always […]

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