Really Quite Something is a digital products studio with a passion for technology and a keen eye for a good idea. We like to collaborate with like-minded people to create new things. We work across most sectors, but we particularly like working with socially progressive organisations.
We like new ideas and new challenges, so you might be surprised to find out how excited we are about your project. In scoping out your project, we will explore the possibilities for engaging with your audiences. The aim is always to bring your content to life, and to create opportunities for communication and transaction. Technology is a great tool for doing this, and we have some fantastic technology.
As a collaborative agency, we are very happy to work with other agencies and in-house teams. We like working with others. We always learn something, and that’s important to us.
We build beautiful responsive opensource websites that allow your users to engage with your content and achieve their objectives. Our sites are optimised for mobile, to deliver a seamless, modern user experience.
Our sites are built on Drupal, in our opinion the best choice for a scalable, portable website, with a content management system that can be tailored to your specific requirements. Whether it's a bespoke ecommerce site for your business venture, or you want your website to integrate with your CRM of choice, Drupal can do it all.
We build elegant, intuitive apps that give your users an enjoyable experience, accessing your content and interacting with you. By using hybrid development platforms, we can develop iOS and Android apps concurrently, minimising your costs.
We favour the open source Ionic framework for building fast, smooth apps. Bringing the power of Angular.js together with Cordova, Ionic has taken the mobile development market by storm, and we’ve been there since the beginning. We pair Ionic with Drupal or Firebase as our backend, depending on the solution required.
Taskmaster is a brilliant and hilarious show aired on Channel 4 and produced by Avalon Productions. We launched this website for Avalon on the day of the first episode of series 8. The site is quirky and original, like the show itself. You can find details of all of the series and shows, leaderboards for every show, a live leaderboard while series is being broadcast and videos of Alex Horne’s favourite tasks. See attempts at tasks from the #taskmasterbook and Alex’s scoring these attempts. Much more to come - watch this space.See it live
We were commissioned to help Space Recruitment create a free tool that allows clients to quickly and easily transform their existing CV into a beautifully crafted version that stands out from the crowd. Utilising the agency's inside job-seeking knowledge, and their bespoke templates, we designed and built a responsive web app. The app allows users to upload a CV which is automagically rearranged into a new design ready for export or further tweaking. Various designs can be selected - some free, some unlockable by social sharing, and some paid. The CV content can be live-edited before exporting as a PDF for easy sharing.See it live
A brand new website and app (available for iOS and Android) allowing fans of British comedian and podcaster Adam Buxton to keep up to date with everything 'Buckles'. Both the website and app feature a blog, video galleries, listings for his BUG live show and the ability to listen to all the episodes of his award winning podcast. In addition the app allows streaming of Adam's jingles as well as access to app-only exclusive bonus video and audio content via in-app purchase.See the site See the app
The aim of Tots Talking is to increase the amount of language parents and carers use with their toddlers, so that when they start nursery and school they have lots of words to help build their learning. We developed the Tots Talking app for I CAN, the children’s communication charity, to form part of their Tots Talking intervention for parents of 2 yr old children. It provides facts about children’s development and their language, films to promote discussion, and creative activities designed to increase the understanding of the importance of communication and language skills.See on iOS See on Android