Situation


Peace of Mind in Your Palm

 

Founded in 1988, AlarmForce Industries Inc. is the leader in home security, two-way emergency response systems and video surveillance.

AlarmForce called for creative assistance in the development of their mobile application, allowing members to monitor and update their home from their phones, as the application needed to be clear, concise and intuitive.

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Services

  • Mobile strategy
  • Technology strategy
  • Mobile app concept designs
  • Application wireframes
  • Mobile app user interface design
  • Data modelling consultations
  • Cross platform HTML5 app
  • Mobile app development
  • Android / iOS mobile app
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Solution


Mad Hatter Technology was enlisted to help AlarmForce continue to improve its home surveillance systems, a mobile application needs to be designed and developed for secure monitoring of residential and commercial spaces. A collaborative and consultative design process was used to define and prioritize the features most valued by users. The user interface design led the development, which was a balance of prioritizing key features, interactivity and available options within the application.

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Success


Within the mobile application, customers are able to arm and disarm the system, view alarm status, check alarm history, view live video and receive notifications as well as control their thermostat, lighting, and power.

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