Who are we?

We are Interface3 and we make attention grabbing apps and games.

We are a team of experienced designers, developers and artists that combine the best in creativity with deep technical knowledge to produce stand-out immersive apps and games for our clients.

We work across a range of technologies including: interactive tables, mobile games, augmented reality, and gesture-based apps. We help you understand the tech, listen to how you want to achieve it, and using our toolbox, build and deliver on that experience.

Take a look at the services we offer.

Who do we work with?

We work directly with brands – for instance, with our PBS KIDS and Super WHY – to create innovative collaborative games that are educationally sound and fun at the same time. But we also collaborate with creative agencies, as part of bigger marketing campaigns. We’re also happy to work on ‘white-label’ projects where we effectively work as an outsourced creative technical team, for agencies that don’t have the specialist technical skills in-house.

How do we do it?

Our approach is very agile. The most important thing to us is making sure that we produce great user experiences and we have a process to deliver that. User testing is an integral part of that process.

Technically speaking, we work across a number of different languages and technologies. Cross-platform development is a core part of what we do: write once, deploy on multiple platforms. We do this by coding in Unity3D, HTML5 and Titanium/PhoneGap; we’re also experts in .net application development (C#) meaning we create native apps for Microsoft Pixelsense and Kinect.

What else do we do?

We create our own apps as Tigerface Games. Our flagship game is Equator, which was nominated for Best Serious Game in the International Mobile Gaming Awards in 2013.

It’s not always about work: sometimes we take time out to do other things that we think are important, like running coding workshops with primary school children or making storybooks for the local Sick Kids hospital. Giving back is important to us; if you have an idea for something we could or should be doing, please let us know.