The Egg is a personal web server for all your digital stuff. Brushfire did all of the UX design and much of the brand concept for the device. We also worked with Intel to complete a lot of the code build out. The product has been featured in several tech publications including SlashDot.
Brushfire developed a consumer-facing app for the largest public utility in Arizona. Users can get quick access to their account, view billing details, pay their bill, see energy usage, know about outage areas, read energy saving tips, and find payment locations near them.
The Range App is used in combination with the TrackMan Range Radar to provide a revolutionary driving range experience to both novice and expert golfers. A beautiful app design and simple user interface provides a pleasurable range experience so that golfers are hitting with purpose. The app makes the driving range fun and keeps users coming back through the use of gamification principles and real-time shot performance feedback. Challenges, skill competitions, and performance goals are strategic motivators to golfers that like to compete with themselves or their friends.
As featured on Shark Tank, Bravo is used by musicians, valets, concierges, and service industry professionals who want to receive tips in an increasingly cashless society. Easily find a recipient with built-in GPS, search by name, or type in their unique Bravo code. Then, select the payment amount you want to tip, hit send, and the money is transferred to their account. Users can rate and leave messages for businesses and service professionals that provide exceptional service.
Brushfire worked with Group Publishing to build a drag-and-drop lesson builder for Sunday school teachers using Group's Childhood Development Bible curriculum. The platform allows teachers to quickly customize each lesson based on the activities and content they want to use.