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Building an Interactive, Paperless Event Guide for Gumbo Limbo Nature Center’s Sea Turtle Day

2021-12-02T20:06:01+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

Sea Turtle Day is the biggest event of the year for Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton, Florida, and they wanted a more engaging, less wasteful way to guide visitors than printed paper programs. They envisioned a free mobile app that would allow visitors to see maps of the center, get event times, and learn about the center’s exhibits and animals right on their phones. Client Overview Jointly run by the [...]

Creating an Augmented-Reality App for the Museum of Discovery and Science

2021-12-02T19:47:03+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

The Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, wanted to add something special to their exhibit on the endangered Florida panther—an interactive, smartphone-based augmented-reality scavenger hunt in which museum visitors would see moving images of panthers and learn fun facts about them on their phones at each stop. Client Overview The Museum of Discovery and Science seeks to connect people of all backgrounds to inspiring science through exhibits, educational [...]

Incorporating Three Differently Branded Passport Programs into One App for Grow & Fortify

2021-12-02T19:30:48+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

Grow & Fortify, the trade association representing Maryland’s value-added agricultural producers, wanted to replace its old-fashioned printed map of the state’s breweries, distilleries, and wineries with a digital solution that would offer the state’s visitors a more engaging way to learn about and enjoy Maryland’s craft beverages. Client Overview Grow & Fortify is an advocacy organization representing Maryland’s value-added agricultural producers, growers, and startups. Among its many responsibilities is supporting the trade [...]

Adding the Empire State Beer Trail to the New York Craft Beer App

2021-12-02T19:31:39+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

One of Daruma Tech’s earliest digital passport apps, the New York Craft Beer App, built for the New York State Brewers Association (NYSBA), quickly gained popularity—and caught the eye of New York’s then-governor, Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo was actively promoting the 750-mile Empire Beer Trail, a new passport program jointly developed by NYSBA, the Empire State Trail, and the Canal Corporation—and he proposed incorporating this trail into the existing New York Craft Beer app, even [...]

Turning Three Paper Passport Programs into an Engaging Mobile App for Taste of Nova Scotia

2021-12-02T18:17:26+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

Taste of Nova Scotia (TONS), a non-profit marketing association representing the province’s restaurants and food producers, had three popular paper passport programs—the Lobster Trail, the Chowder Trail, and the Good Cheer Trail for craft beverages. TONS wanted to modernize their passport programs by incorporating them into a single mobile app—and asked Daruma Tech to help. Client Overview Taste of Nova Scotia (TONS) is a non-profit, membership-based marketing association representing over 200 restaurant, [...]

A Mobile Passport App for the Texas Craft Brewers Guild

2021-12-02T17:43:40+00:00December 2nd, 2021|Case Stories|

When the Texas Craft Brewers Guild tapped Daruma Tech to build a mobile passport app to attract craft beer aficionados to its member breweries, its initial goal was to bring more foot traffic to Texas taprooms. Then COVID-19 hit, and the guild doubled down, successfully leveraging the app to promote take-out sales and build brand visibility for its members. Client Overview Founded in 2009, the Texas Craft Brewers Guild supports the interests [...]

Daruma Launches App For Promotion of Culinary Tourism, Restaurants and Agricultural Producers

2021-10-21T15:23:06+00:00October 6th, 2021|Press Releases|

HALIFAX, NS—Nova Scotia’s residents and visitors now have a powerful way to discover and experience the province’s famed seafood chowder, lobster, restaurants, and varied craft products and beverages, including coffee, wine, beer, spirits, and cider, thanks to a mobile passport app built by award-winning software developers Daruma Tech for Taste of Nova Scotia (TONS), a not-for-profit, membership based marketing association representing over 200 restaurant, producer/processor and industry members. The app, built on Daruma Tech’s [...]

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