PruJourney is an app to help Prudential’s financial consultants present concepts of financial planning to potential clients. This Enterprise-only app is used by the consultants during their one-on-one session with their customers. It helps explain key financial planning concepts and calculates the client’s financial goals.
We worked with Prudential’s training department to develop this app. As the customer base of Prudential gets younger and more tech savvy, current methods of presenting basic financial planning concepts aren’t engaging enough. The key challenge was to turn something that was traditionally done with pen and paper, powerpoint slides, a calculator, newspaper cuttings, etc. into a viable, usable app that could do the same and more.
There is a simple game in PruJourney called ‘The Journey’ that the potential customer would play. This gives an opportunity to break the ice, engage the customer and at the … Read More »
Ascendas celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2011 with Ascendas Investors Day. The theme was “Dynamic Asia: Calls for New Investment Paradigms”.
The Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) Charity Ride is a fund-raising event for help the needy in the community. Participants have to tackle a grueling 350km trip over 48 hours, from Malacca, Malaysia to Singapore.
This microsite gives key event information and allows for users to register their interest online. The registration form is custom-built to fit the exact requirements and it has some pretty complex logic. However, it’s a pretty straightforward project for us and one we’ve done countless times with great ease.
We’ve recently completed another website for NTUC. Called ‘U-league’, the site is built as a corporate scoreboard, ranking various unions and recruiters based on their recruitment numbers. The site also encourages online sign-ups too.
For more visit http://uleague.sg.
Singapore Day, an annual event bringing a slice of home to Singaporeans overseas, is coming to Shanghai in 2011. Mezmedia is proud to be part of this special event, designing and building the online portal as well as creating a customized, user-friendly online registration system.
About Singapore Day
Singapore Day is organised by the Overseas Singaporean Unit (OSU), the event’s key draw is the authentic hawker food – where famous hawkers are flown in to re-create the Singaporean street food experience. If you are Singaporean living in China, visit www.singaporeday.sg to find out more.
Creating the ultimate registration form
The experience of creating the past two Singapore Day portals has helped us make further improvements to the registration process, making it more user friendly than before.
Based on certain fields the user has entered, the form was able to adjust accordingly, delivering appropriate content based … Read More »
Microsites we’ve done aplenty. Here’s the most recent one we did for the UniSIM Convocation 2010. Pico, the events company for UniSIM, gave us their concept and design for the Convocation and we adapted it for the website.
Again the deadline was tight – one week – but as always, we managed to pull through.
Visit UniSIM Convocation 2010. And we did their 2009 Convocation microsite as well.
Mezmedia has produced a mobile wallpaper delivery microsite for the STB booth at the ITB Asia event.
Working together with event agency Pico, a 3D barcode – known as a QR code – was placed in the STB booth to encourage visitors to take a snapshot with their smartphones. This code would then launch a website with a series of ‘YourSingapore.com’ wallpapers.
QR codes prove yet again to be an excellent method to deliver content to your users phones.
They’re time-wasters and agents in the loss of productivity; we’re talking about the overplayed online casual game. Games like Farmville and Mafia Wars have eaten up millions of productive hours as employees spend their time harvesting their crops and massacring rival mobsters.
Casual games have the ability to capture attention when other marketing measures fall flat. They provide instant gratification and are wonderful platforms to promote otherwise boring products or services.
Mezmedia has produced several casual flash games custom-built for our clients. Go ahead – click and play (and waste a couple of minutes… you’re doing research!)
Movie Munchies was built and licensed to Miniclip.com (one of the top online casual game portals) where it stayed in the top 10 for over 3 weeks.
Built for NTUC, Reunion Ra-Ra makes you the host for a family of voracious visitors … Read More »
The International Conference for Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT) organised by the Ministry of Education (MOE) is an event for the Education industry in the Asia Pacific Region. Over 1,800 delegates attended representing 20 countries.
In this case study, Mezmedia built a comprehensive online platform to register, receive payment and manage the delegates.
In addition, there was a custom-built abstract submission and reviewer module. This platform allowed the event organisers to manage almost all the aspects of the delegates.
Registration and Payment
Whilst the registration form was straightforward, it featured several additional features.
Vacancies for the paid workshops were automatically updated when payment was made
Delegates could book and pay for recreational tours along with their registration fee
Delegates could be added edited and removed. Their payment status could be updated when offline payment (cheques and cash) were received.
Finally, all the data could be exported … Read More »
We’ve done some awesome videos for Singapore Tourism Board and Pico for their tourism trade shows held overseas. These are looped videos displayed on large LCD TVs within the Singapore Tourism Board exhibition booth.
View both the videos with the password: STBTradeshow.
This is the 2009 version done in Chinese.