Looking to place your brand in people's hands?

Imagine that you could deliver your product or service in a perfectly formed, controlled and streamlined app

Knowing the right App route for your business will ensure your organisation offers the best experience whilst satisfying your customers needs.

Discover 3 key things:

Level 1 - Awareness (Maturity Modelling)
Why you need an App and which type works best
What the future trends in Apps means for you


How you approach bringing your App to life


Their rise in popularity means your customer's will actively be looking for an App to solve their challenge.


Understanding the most efficient and effective approach is paramount to doing the right thing first time.

Download our eBook and we'll explain how to make sense of your current position and where you want to be.....

.....everything you need to know about Apps


Got an App idea, but not sure it's right.......

Getting clarity around what your organisational goals and your customer needs are will help you plan for success.

We have created a step by step guide for you to follow, ensuring you navigate the right journey from insights through to design and into development - getting you to where you want to be

Download our eBook and in 7 steps we'll also show you the optimum approach to your dream App.

Complete the form by clicking below to receive your eBook and discover the simple steps to help you achieve your digital ambitions and engage your users:


1. Define your business need

2. Know your market and customers

3. Experiment with your ideas

4. Determine your best approach

5. Define your MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and roadmap

6. Develop your App

 7. Release and evolve

About the authors...

Nathan Baranowski - Digital Wonderlab
Nathan Baranowski

Chief Wondermaker and Head of Big Thinking, Tech Innovation & Solution Design at the Wonderlab of all things digital, Nathan is the lead data scientist and "Super Thinker" in the team



Deborah Fortescue, Kevin Triggle, Tom Passmore, Laura Pinkstone, Darren McGrath, Mike Parry and Stuart Hobbs