Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
Boldium created a ground breaking social media viral video series to help curb cheating on Cisco’s Certification Exam Program. Boldium crafted a strategy using the work of Dan Ariely that shows that the most effective means of lowering cheating is to provide ethical reminders. But how do you get people to listen to an ethical reminder? Boldium partnered with Big Bang writer David Geotsch to craft humorous viral videos. Check them out either on Cisco’s website or at http://www.boldium.com – you may not only get a chuckle, but also become more ethical to boot.
Boldium also received two Communicator Awards for iOS design and development for Finding Rover, an app that helps finds lost dogs. Over 7 million well-loved dogs are lost each year, and only a fraction ever return home. Using facial recognition technology, Boldium provided the user interface design, visual design and app development for the iPhone app, Android app, and Website. The app conducts a facial recognition search and brings up matching dogs and their owner’s contact info. The app design also includes robust social features that make Finding Rover a great place to share those funny dog moments, learn the latest health and behavior tips, and join dog communities. Learn more about the app at http://www.findingrover.com.
Boldium is a mission driven design and technology agency that builds things that inspire people to do what they love, reach high, and be their best selves. They help organizations build both the tools and the marketing to achieve their goals, leveraging the synergies between them. Their development services include: branding, mobile design and development, websites, interactive web applications and videos. Their digital marketing services include: SEO, SEM, social media marketing, and display. Learn more at http://www.boldium.com.