This authentic ramen store in 2F SM Megamall Atrium wanted an app where users could check-in, share their photos in-app or via hashtags, see the menu and take food shots – voila. Here it is.
Download it now!
iTunes Store - https://itunes.apple.com/kn/app/kichitora-of-tokyo/id580622956?mt=8&uo=2
Google Play – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobilab.app_13167
Year: 2012 | Client: Kichitora Foods Corporation, Inc. | Type: Mobile App
Mobilab is proud to announce the design and development of the official IMMAP mobile app for both iOS & Android.
The official IMMAP (Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines) app provides you with instant access to the latest in the Philippines’ internet and mobile industry. Integrated with your Facebook or Twitter account, you can like, comment and share just about everything in the app.
Get the latest IMMAP news via Twitter. Watch video highlights for past and upcoming events. View event schedules, speakers and sponsors. Take photos of you and your colleagues and share them in the in-app gallery or via social networks.
Best of all, earn points and badges while doing all of these and get a chance to win coupons or prizes! Be an IMMAP Appaholic and share the app with your friends now. You’ll be surprised what you will … Read More »
Kichitora is the best ramen restaurant in Manila.
The Philippines has been bitten by the ramen craze, but there the taste and quality of Japan has not yet really been brought to the country. The Kichitora taste was especially formulated in Japan, specializing in the quality of noodles and soup.
The group wanted a simple look for the brand – just like any Japanese – so this is what we came up with. Watch our for their first store, opening in SM Megamall soon!
Year: 2012 | Client: Kichitora Foods Corporation | Type: Branding Design & Development
Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) is the country’s official basketball league.
The sport has a huge local following and with My Pinoy TV (http://mypinoy.tv/pba) providing its live streaming and with the growth of mobile phone usage, My Pinoy TV wanted to develop an iOS app to make information and updates easily accessible via mobile. What’s more, the app can live stream the games on 3G as well!
Download the app at the iTunes Store now!
Year: 2011 | Client: My Pinoy TV Broadband, Inc. | Type: Mobile App Design & Development
Kain Na! is a cooking show by Stephanie Zubiri that makes it possible for anyone to prepare easy, creative, Filipino recipes.
The main purpose of this site is to provide information about the show. The design is very similar to the look of the logo, and most of all to what we feel Stephanie’s audience is looking for. The episodes could be watched on My Pinoy TV (http://mypinoy.tv) so we had to provide a source for recipes in case viewers wanted to use them as a reference.
Visit the website at kain-na.tv
Year: 2012 | Client: My Pinoy TV Broadband, Inc. | Type: Branding, Web Design and Development
United Coconut Association of the Philippines, Inc. (UCAP) is an organization primarily focused on the development and programs for the nation’s coconut industry.
UCAP already had an existing website, but the web design and user interface was out of date. It was very hard to navigate and they needed to improve their publication sales. At the same time, they needed a system that would allow them to easily maintain the site.
Year: 2012 | Client: United Coconut Association of the Philippines | Type: Web Design, CMS Development, Paypal Integration
TeleAsia is a brand new channel showing in Cignal Digital TV!
Two channels consist this new brand – TeleAsia Chinese and TeleAsia Filipino. Check out their website to learn more about them – http://teleasia.com.
Year: 2012 | Client: Telesuccess Productions, Inc. | Type: Branding
My Pinoy TV is an internet TV streaming website that provides legal content from Philippine TV stations, film outfits and producers. Their main vision is to provide these contents to Filipinos all over the world anytime, anywhere.
To provide legal content all over the world is not easy. We had to design a site that would have a simple and easy-to-use interface. Since the information in the site is legal, we also had to incorporate security and digital rights management to make sure they cannot be pirated. As a result, we developed our own video player, which can also accommodate video ads.
Since there would be frequent updates, we had to develop a detailed CMS to include different categorizations and features. E-commerce solutions were also integrated for subscriptions and freebies for trials.
The site is very complex but we can say that we … Read More »
Qrius started out as Curious Cases and they bring new products to the local market with a goal of giving their customers an easier way of doing things and managing their lives.
Curious Cases was too “uncreative” for the client so they wanted us to come up with something unique but since they had already established the brand, they wanted to retain a familiarity to it. Hence, we kept the name ‘Curious’ but respelled it as ‘Qrius’. And since what they find and introduce new products, we designed the letter Q as a magnifying glass to signify this.
Year: 2012 | Client: CJC Tradequest | Type: Branding
GMA Worldwide, Inc. (GWI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GMA Network, Inc., the Philippines’ leading broadcaster. GWI is responsible for acquiring all canned program content, formats, clips for use by Channel 7 and its second channel, QTV 11. It is also the worldwide distributor of GMA’s local productions.
When Evolve (under My Pinoy TV) picked up this project, GWI didn’t have a website and they needed one to showcase GMA-7 contents available for worldwide broadcast. At the same time, it would be a source for existing clients to download promotional materials and program information. Oh, and since they didn’t have any programming background for updating the site, we developed a CMS (Content Management System) for them too!
Visit the website at gmaworldwide.tv
Year: 2010 | Client: GMA Worldwide, Inc. | Type: Web Design and Development