Making great digital products for your business

Making great digital products for your business

We specialise in building digital products that solve problems. Over the years, we've worked on a variety of projects within the health, education and tourism spheres.

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Travel and Tourism

We love creating products that encourage people to explore their environment. Add Jam uses software to take cycling, walking and exploring to the next level with gamification, digital guidebooks and more.

Pocket Leap Pocket Leap
Pocket Leap is an offline travel companion for those wanting to explore the wilderness
ebikes.scot ebikes.scot
Developing a free electronic bike hire scheme to reduce congestion and make commuting easier for Inverclyde residents
The Loading Bay The Loading Bay
An EPOS system for a brilliant new skatepark in Glasgow with social good at its core, giving free access to the skatepark to those in need.

Health and Wellbeing

At Add Jam, we believe that technology can be used for good. We’ve created digital products that encourage practical self-care, alongside systems to increase efficiency for medical professionals including doctors and pharmacists.

Meditation Now Meditation Now
Guided meditation in your language. Supporting people speaking Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese
Rx Tariff Rx Tariff
Making the Scottish NHS Drug Tariff process more efficient and saving crucial time for pharmacists.
Kara Kara
Treating cancer with mindfulness. A range of guided meditations to help those dealing with cancer.

Education

Technology can enrich educational experiences in schools, universities and beyond. We're a dab hand at creating effective apps and products for the education environment.

RookieOven Academy RookieOven Academy
Helping young people that their product ideas into a viable business
Anniversary Urban Walk Anniversary Urban Walk
Working with St Luke's High School in Barrhead to create a heritage trail around the school

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